Having a blog has lead me to find some interesting people. I thought I would share (some of) them with you.
Previously, I have shared with you my fellow walkers and explorers in Montana (Montana Outdoors), Florida (Serenity Spell) and the San Francisco Bay Area (Nature Mom) – all most worthy of a visit again.
This year I have ‘been’ to China with someone who writes much like I do. Please visit Michael Lai’s retirediary as he travels China and much more. As an example, click A Stroll Around Victoria Peak, Hong Kong.
For Southern California, visit Walking Simply, where Traci ably explores the area with her daughters. Click her Top Posts of 2012 to see where she’s been and where you could go.
Walking with elegantly written posts – you’ll feel like you’re there – join Teri Tynes in New York City, by clicking Walking Off the Big Apple.
And for walking in Virginia as an integral part of life join Anne Cassidy for her thoughtful pieces at Walker in the Suburbs.
For your science in a readable entertaining form, visit Ann McElhatton and others. Click Beach Chair Scientist.
For RV travels, I have followed Pat from Texas to Idaho and back to Arizona the long way. She always has a quote from Dr. Seuss to Edward Abbey. Click on Pat Bean’s Blog.
This couple has been all over the country for 3 years. I’ve caught much of their Western US travels. I hear they’re soon off to Europe. Please follow them at Everywhere Once.
Click on The Open Suitcase – always on the move from the Hudson River and beyond.
And doing what I appreciate in Sonoma County, they do it in Nova Scotia. Click The Local Traveler NS.
All round interesting
Brings cheer to my life with every post, click on Joy and Woe as this mom also tries to have a life.
A charming young woman in Finland, crafts her way through life and reminds what it feels like to be young. Click on Thrifty Finn.
For some thought-provoking posts and beautiful photographs, try Elizabeth’s view at Mirth and Motivation.
Hope you might want to follow them too. Of course, don’t forget to subscribe here or follow me on Twitter @flatwalker.
Best Wishes in all your walks and travels.
Photos by Mike Millar (The first picture is of me and our dog at Shollenberger Park, in Petaluma and this next one is of Mike and me in afternoon shadows at China Camp in Marin County.)