As I contemplate my next great adventure, I look back at the vacation thoughts shared last year on SERENDIPITY. Be sure to hit “View original post” at the bottom to follow over to teepee12.com for the rest of the article.
When Your Destination Is Not A Place, Rich Paschall
Where would you go if you could travel anywhere at all? Where would your sense of adventure lead you? Would it be around the world or around town? Perhaps it would have to be domestic. You could go to St. Louis and see the Gateway Arch and the mighty Mississippi River. You could go up river to Hannibal, Missouri and see Mark Twain’s home. From there you could head east to Springfield, Illinois and see Abe Lincoln’s wonderfully preserved home, maintained by the National Park Service.
You might have one of the great wonders of North America in mind. So you could head north of Buffalo, New York to Niagara Falls and ride the Maid of the Mist right up to the Falls, or you could climb down the cliff to a point where the water falls between you and…
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