23 beds in 35 days

After sleeping in 23 beds in 35 days, we are ready to go home.

There is just one problem: We sold our home and the bed with it.

We will have to make do, for now, with a rented condo in Ashland, Oregon. It will be home for the next three months and we are looking forward to staying in one place for awhile.

The trekking part of the journey took us to magical lands in the Highlands of Scotland. By car, we visited great friends in Scotland and England. By plane, we dropped in on our Camino buddies who showed us Denmark from the city to the country to the beachside resort.

We hope we get a chance to return our friends’ hospitality.

For now, we fly “home” with treasured memories.

 

We enjoyed a great breakfast at the Bridge of Orchy Hotel and cream tea (note the glob of clotted cream) at Glamis Castle in Scotland. The locals were welcoming and some, like these Danish guys, wanted a spot in the photo album.

Sometimes the trail led to seemingly endless Scottish wilderness. We traveled 1,400 miles in our Vauxhall rental, a GM car.

 

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6 thoughts on “23 beds in 35 days

  1. Trish

    Safe journey “home”

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  2. Malcolm & Barbara.

    Great to see you again. You guys are amazing. Here’s to the next time. — Malcolm

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  3. Ellen

    What a wonderful adventure you had. We are planning a trip towards to OR & WA towards the end of August. If we’re in the Ashland area we will definitely give you a call. Congrats on all future endeavors! Cheers!

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    • 2orangebags

      Ellen, we’d love to see you two! We’ll send out additional contact info to everyone soon.

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