5 best places I’ve visited

I appreciate any place I visit, so it’s hard to narrow it down. I always like to visit my friends. When I graduated from college I went to visit one of my classmates who had a job working for the park service in Wyoming. It was the most breathtakingly beautiful places I’d ever seen.  It was one of the first times I’d ever seen an elk and didn’t realize they were so large. 

Speaking of wildlife being larger than you expect, I also went to a sea turtle preserve off the coast of South Carolina. I had a summer job as a camp counselor but one weekend we got a chance to visit a preserve and learn about sea turtles. We traced the sea turtle tracks along the beach. 

I got a chance to take a short tour of Italy because it was work related. Some day, I’d love to explore more leisurely. I did get to visit the Colosseum and Pompeii. Pompeii was eerie. You saw a whole town stopped in time. As a history buff, I was truly amazed. There have been a lot of recent discoveries in Pompeii so I’d like to go again. 

My husband and I went to England for our fifth anniversary. We both wanted to visit a country we’d never seen. We did the tours in London, but Stonehenge was really special. I’d seen pictures of it all the time but it’s a whole different experience up close. 

This is a little closer to home. The Oshino Hakkai Springs World Heritage Site is a series of ponds and deep water wells. Its truly remarkable and last time we visited I got some lovely photos. Enjoy.

14 thoughts on “5 best places I’ve visited

  1. You’ve been to some truly amazing places! I’d love to see The Oshino Hakkai Springs World Heritage Site someday.


  2. What a beautiful koi pond. And, very neat that you grew up in Raleigh. We lived many places while the kids were little.. the longest was in Wake Forest, so the Raleigh area felt more like home to them than anywhere else. Thanks for stopping by!


  3. I love your pictures… Japan looks so incredibly lovely. When my kid was in high school, her school did a trip to japan. We couldn’t afford to send her, but her friends mentioned how amazing it was. Two of them have decided to move there!


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