We have just started traveling the countries in the European region. We move slowly but enjoy getting to know each country. Below we share more about the places we love along the way.

Trin taking pictures of the jagged mountain tops at the Old Man of Storr

Spectacular Scotland

Fault lines, volcanoes, and glaciers all had a part in forming the stunning and varied landscape of Scotland. From moorlands and bogs to rolling hills and mountain peaks, it could take months to explore all that Scotland has to offer. History Written on the Mountains Solidified lava spewed from a massive, earth-changing volcanic explosion created

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Kas the owner of Oxford Fish and Chips with two meals he just prepared for us

The People of Oxford

It’s the people we meet along the way that endears a place for us. The most stunning artwork of nature can bring us to tears with its overwhelming beauty, but joy-filled, kind individuals go with us when we leave. In Oxford, this is what we will remember most. The cover image above is of Kaz,

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Moss covered forest floor under pine trees in Sweden. Sunlight filters through from the west

Sweden, Land of Lagom

Sweden is quiet. The first thing I notice as we walk around the city of Stockholm is the calm streets, and in its suburbs, an occasional utter silence. When we moved on to the small town of Almhult, peaceful quiet seeped into the moments whispering about a life of calm, a lagom life. That is,

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Ceiling in the Malbork Castle

Castles & Old Towns of Poland

The Medieval Town of Torun The Medieval town of Torun may be confined by space, fitting into approx. 1.5 sq kilometers, but time has expanded its breadth exhaling stories of bygone ages. Its walls are a portal to lives lived and life that continues through upheaval and peace from pestilence to health. It has risen

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