(The photos below were taken by my friend, Dan, on his recent visit to New York. Photo credit is all his.)
There’s something about traveling that makes my soul happy. New places we visit are seen from a different perspective than those who call it home. When was the last time you walked around your city and saw it with unfamiliar eyes? Try it. I’ve only seen NYC on a large scale via my window when I drove past. The sheer amount of people doesn’t interest me, but maybe to see it at 3am when fewer people are out and the buildings are lit up – that sounds nice.
Considered a total loss after a fire in June, the Spirit of Norfolk was a Norfolk attraction. I kept up with the story of its demise because a) I remembered seeing it when I lived in that area and b) I thought for sure they would extinguish the fire much sooner. Certainly there are some very worried people now because the ship was used for weddings and other large events. Bet they’re not pleased.
Lately the only traveling I’m embarking on is from the car to whatever air-conditioned location I must be at. The average daily temperature is 108° with a heat index of 112°. I fully expect roads to start behaving like mini volcanoes. It’s a thing.
Fall can’t come soon enough. Farewell mosquitoes! Time to find some antihistamine.
I ask you –
Do you love traveling?
Weather check in – what is yours?
Name your favorite place to visit.
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It’s hot here too but it’s not as hot as where you’re at. The average is about 100-102 here with extensive high UV because of the elevation. I saw on the news the other day something about the roads buckling in the heat. 😬.
I love traveling and hope to go to New England one of these days in the fall.
New England would be gorgeous to visit! Hope you have a wonderful day!
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