The View from a Drawbridge

The random musings of a bridgetender with entirely too much time on her hands.

I’m recovering from a cold and completely devoid of inspiration today, so I’ll leave you with the 4 extremes of my travels.

The furthest west that I’ve been is Santa Monica, California.

santa m

The furthest east that I’ve been is Göreme, Turkey.


The furthest south that I’ve been is Mitla, Mexico.

Mitla Decor

The furthest north that I’ve been is Saint-Siméon, Canada.

st simeon

How lucky am I? 🙂

6 thoughts on “My Four Compass Points

  1. Carole Lewis says:

    Anyone that has the opportunity to travel, and does so with open eyes, ears, heart and soul, is truly blessed for the rest of their life. Once your have walked the paths of others so unlike you, you realize how much we are alike. You absorb the textures, dreams, joys and sorrow of each place and are enriched forever. No matter where you are in your life, you can look back to those faraway lands and remember the beauty and cultures and for a few minutes be carried back.
    That can never be taken away or diminished. Yes, Lucky You!

    1. Travel is what I live for. And each trip improves me. What are your 4 compass points?

  2. Too bad you can’t survive on just memories, or you would have it made.

    1. They have gotten me through some dark, otherwise unsurvivable times. What are your four compass points?

      1. North, sideways, up and down.

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