My Irish Charm

My Irish Charm

As we drove from Brevard County, our phones went off…
Emergency Tornado Alert… What?!!
Thankfully no incident and we made our way to St. Augustine.

Enjoyed walking through historic St Augustine.
After lunch, we continued on our way to Savannah, Ga.
Another Emergency Tornado Alert! with lightning striking the highway!

Got off the highway to wait out the storm, and then decided to carry on.
30 minutes later, we were in sunshine, and made it safely to the hotel.
Whew! No doubt, my Irish charm had something to do with it!

Grateful today for
making it to Savannah without incident,
the beautiful place that we are in – so looking forward to more exploring…
and for another city to do my favourite thing…
– hold my mate’s hand as we walk, explore and experience new places.

On the road again…

The BreakersLeft Pompano Beach this morning via the scenic A1A, aka Ocean Drive.
A leisurely drive to West Palm Beach,
where we stopped for lunch at The Breakers.

This was our second time at the Breakers,
the first time a few years ago to see D+K.
The perfect place to stop,
as we were on our way to visit them.

Loved our moment with D+K and their family.
Such a joy to meet their grandkids,
and all the others – son, daughter, mom and son-in-law.

Grateful today for
our place on the beach – a perfect place for my mate to recover,
time to take leisurely drives,
and for D+K – Thank you so much for your hospitality and a lovely visit! xxoo

Nomad Life

A year ago, we began our nomad life.
Since then we have had 43 different stays.
43 times packing, schlepping, unpacking and getting settled in.

Each time, getting adjusted to a new kitchen, locating groceries, and making food.
Have bought 2 salad spinners, 2 blenders and 2 citrus squeezers,
Left 1 of each in different places…

As we travelled about, we continued working virtually…
Got through a cancer diagnosis, surgery and recovery,
And continue to move all things forward.

More stays coming up as we continue on our nomad path…

Grateful today for
all the love and support from friends and family,
staying connected virtually,
and for my MAO, who holds my paw everywhere we go.