WHEN YOU TRAVEL, DO YOU LIKE TO GO TO A CITY OR THE COUNTRYSIDE?
I love both the countryside and the cityscape.
I love New York City and Santa Fe as much as I love country roads and small towns. If there are gardens or forests, prairies or landscapes, mountains or deserts, I find beauty in all. If there is history included, well, I’m as happy as a lark.
Most of our traveling these days are places we can drive to, most often as we trek the 400 miles up north, visiting family there. While I would love to visit my ancestors’ homelands of Greece, Sweden and Germany, Great Britain calls to me as well, as do lands and people Down Under. On and on and on I could go, but, at least for now, my wanderings will be closer to the Cutoff.
There is so much of this world I want to see, so much traveling I do in my mind when I can’t go by rail or air or automobile.
Reminiscent of Robert Frost’s poem, I like to wander the road less traveled
The pictures were taken at one of my favorite places, the Wayside Inn near Concord, MA.
How about you? City or Countryside?
(One more question left, which I’ll try to post in the next few days.)
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.