Getting There Is Half The Fun

8 thoughts on “Getting There Is Half The Fun”

    1. Slowing our pace has been a blessing. We see more and do more with less stress. We’ve had Harvest Host less than a year. We love it. It gives us one more option. Thanks for taking the time to read our blog. Have a wonderful day.

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  1. Such beautiful scenery! We discussed a Harvest Home membership a couple of years ago but decided against it; I think it’s time to revisit that decision. We’re just now getting into longer trips and still haven’t quite adopted the “we’ll get there when we get there” mindset but we’re working on it.

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    1. Thank you for you comment. It has taken us a long time to adjust to a slower pace and we have to keep reminding ourself there is no hurry. When we seceded, we see more and do more with less stress. Harvest Host has been great for us. It gives us another option and adds to our experience. Have a great day.

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  2. What a wonderful way to travel. A waterfall, freshly picked blueberries, a winery and the beauty of changing scenery and a dessert. You and Grammi did enjoy the treasures along the way. Your description of the area around Copper Belt Wines reminds me of a passage in Bill Bryson’s book, “In a Sunburned Country.” You may have read this book. He describes a small town in Australia’s outback. He describes sitting on a patio (of a little bar I think) overlooking the barren landscape. Just as he thinks, “How can anybody live out here?” he then sees and describes the most beautiful sunset he has ever seen. How fortunate he and other travelers are to see and savor these moments. Just like you and Grammi. Safe travels!

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    1. I have not read Bill Bryson’s book nor have I been to the Australian outback, but I can imagine it might be similar to the Idaho High Desert. To look across the landscape and see no evidence of humanity is a humbling experience. The quiet is uncanny. The sunsets are wide and absolutely stunning. Thanks for you comments. I always look forward to hearing from you. Have a wonderful day!

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