So I have trashed all previous blog posts here on Trip With Two, because I really never used this blog for what it was intended for, TRIPS. I started using it for my other passion, scrapbooking, but decided to start a blog specifically for that. You can find that blog Here.
I had originally envisioned Trips With Two to be a place to share my love of travel and photography. A rank amateur at best at both of these endeavors, I enjoy them more than anyone can imagine. My dream (although I need $250,000.00 to achieve this dream, and there is no hope of that $$$ in sight, maybe I should start a Go-Fund me page (LOL)), is to be able to pack up the hubby, the dog and the cat into the RV and Full-Time it while hubby and I are both able to enjoy the pursuit of our travels. But we need to leave like NOW, and with no funds that just ain’t going to happen. However, on a more pleasant note, we do what we can do and we thoroughly enjoy every moment of it.
Year ago I wanted to visit every County Courthouse in American, there are 3,144 of them. I altered that dream some years ago realizing I was not going to be able to achieve that dream, and I started requesting County Courthouse photos from friends, family, and people I encounter through social media in order to make a scrapbook page of every County Courthouse in America. So this interest will more frequently be documented on my scrapbooking Blog, but should I actually be out an about on one of our trips at get to take my own photo of a County Courthouse, I will most probably share it here.
Another component of my travels, and probably my favorite right now, is taking photos of the places that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was 2013 when I first began focusing on these places for photo opportunities, and of course they also end up on scrapbook page. But one thing that I have really been enjoying is the fact that if a photos has not yet been uploaded to Wikipedia for the place, I can load my photo and be a part of Wikipedia. Yesterday I realized that I had taken two photos back in 2013 (before I realized the Wikipedia thing), that were on the National Register of Historic Places, and did not have a photo. Here is a link to the Wikipedia page for the National Register of Historic Places – Navajo County and if you check out the listing for Baird’s Chevelon Steps and Chevelon Creek Bridge, those are my photos. Here they are in case you don’t want to visit the page – but I think you should, that is if you are into travel and history, you can find some really interesting things to see when you are out and about.
So, I will try much better to keep this Blog more on point, and post more frequently. I have lots of past travels I will share with you, interspersed with our current travels.
Till next time……