About Us

As empty-nesters who have left the working world, we have vowed never to check baggage again when traveling. Our motto: Take Less and See More. Our neon-orange 21-inch carryons served us well in the fall of 2012 when our first retirement trip took us to Italy for three weeks.

Since then we have further honed our packing skills, trekking with backpacks along the Camino de Santiago in Spain and the West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way in Scotland.  Most recently, we completed the Tour Du Mont Blanc, a 110 mile trek around Europe’s highest mountain.

Where will our next adventure take us?  We’re not yet sure, but we hope you’ll join us as we continue to experience the simplicity of traveling light!

 

 

27 Comments

27 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Brad Millar

    Great looking couple, delightful environment, and two glasses of Chardonnay; who could ask for more?

  2. Sandi Van Epps

    Love your blog and your most recent “greeting” from your new neighbors in the apartment. What fun!

  3. Derek

    Wow, your very own “Roman Holiday” It looks like so much fun

  4. bgspittle

    Looks like you guys are having a blast…. love the pics.
    Bob

  5. You guys have some great ideas on your blog that I know my readers would enjoy. I have a page on my blog called links I love where I put up links of other people’s blogs that I really enjoy. Would you allow me to add your blog’s link?

  6. Jane Rowland

    I just logged onto your site–going through the Christmas cards. Sounds like you two are having so much fun! Keep calm, carry on!

  7. Jamey

    Sue and Reg, I can’t wait to see the posts as you walk the Camino de Santiago!

  8. odog52

    Good for you guys. Best of luck on your journey. I’ve always wanted to tackle the Camino de Santiago. I guess I’ll have to live vicariously through your pics for now! 🙂

  9. Sue and Reg, This is fantastic! We love your attitude and traveling light mantra – we embrace it too. We applaud your intrepid spirit and wish you all the best on the Camino, Terri & James

  10. Lori Oliver-Tierney

    Sue and Reg, I loved seeing your travels and especially your adventure on the Camino de Santiago. I applaud your tenacity and envy your journey. Life really is a great adventure. Happy trails, Lori Tierney

    • 2orangebags

      Lori, thanks for taking the time to check out our adventure. Here’s to many more adventures for us all!

  11. Great blog…thanks for sharing your wonderful travel experiences! I need to work on my light packing skills :).

    • 2orangebags

      Thanks for stopping by Andrea. I enjoyed your blog too…the packing light continues to be a work in progress for me! Sue

  12. Hi Sue and Reg,
    I think your blog is awesome and I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award, for bloggers with under 500 follows. Check out my post about it by following this link: http://justmeandmypack.wordpress.com/2014/04/08/new-bloggers-unite/
    Happy Writing!
    Emily

    • 2orangebags

      Thanks so much! We have enjoyed checking out your blog. Isn’t blogging fun!?

  13. Adele Andersen

    Reg and Sue, I LOVE that you discovered a covered bridge! Covered Bridges are very special to my family. When my grandmother (on my father’s side) was growing up in Ohio, her family lived near a covered bridge. When company came to visit, as they were leaving to go home, instead of saying, “drive safely”” my Great-grandmother would say, “Watch out for the covered bridge!” My Dad carried on that tradition, as all my siblings do now! When we visit each other, as we leave to go back home, we say, “Watch out for the covered bridge!”

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