Sonolta wrote:How sometimes I wish I were you, Henry, especially when you are on one of your great travel excursions! Thanks for sharing as always and keep up the terrific work.
Birma wrote:Lovely shots Henry - I especially like the cedar tree - there is sooo much detail it draws you in and in and in. How time flies - it doesn't seem long since you were setting off. Do you get to the point where you are looking forward to going home or would you rather just keep on travelling? On a couple of your earlier threads I was thinking of posting that "I wish you never go home" but thought it might sound a bit mean I'm looking forward to more Hawaii shots.
bakubo wrote:My wife and I have been homeless for 10 years. Sold the last house we had and decided not to re-buy, at least for awhile, so that we could have a lot more freedom. We travel, sometimes find a place we like for awhile (currently Hawaii), rent a place, and then when we feel like it we go somewhere else. This nomad lifestyle has its good points, but also some bad. Same as any lifestyle, right? Everyone makes compromises generally based on one's own priorities. Priorities often change over the years though. Someday we will settle down again, I think.
aster wrote:Lot's of goodies from the long 'run-away-trip' I see! Quite a nice variety is showing in your collection which must be the natural result of a trip unplanned.
aster wrote:Thanks for sharing and I hope Sony puts together a camera that can survive more of your photography adventures. I'm one who's waiting for that joyous announcement of the 'certain' camera anyway...
KevinBarrett wrote:What a time to sell a house! Still, like Don I rather envy the freedom with which you travel. I've been able to snatch only five days of road tripping with my wife since our honeymoon a year ago. It's hard to get more than one time zone away from home in that amount of time, but that's the minimum qualifier for a road trip when you live in Texas.
springm wrote:"Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona:" What a sky - wonderful! An amazing trip and lifestyle, easily to envy. But I guess there are times for everything and different priorities and decisions for everybody...
bossel wrote:Welcome back! Great pics (I guess you have one or two more ...)
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