That’s right folks! Summer is around the corner. You know what that means in The Constant Rambler household… Road Trips! It’s what we live for. Getting in the car with the windows down and the music blasting and hitting the road to find new adventures. There are a few things we do before packing up the car and heading out though. The dog needs a good bath, the car needs a thorough cleaning and our music lists need updating. Then comes my least favorite part of any road trip, the packing. Oh how I detest the packing, but it is necessary. Here is a short summer road trip shopping list that we put together to help your summer travels be safe and fun for all.
The 2017 holiday gift giving season is upon us! We’ve got two sections of our Gift Guide for the Travel Lover this year!
One for great gifts that your travel loving friends and family will enjoy while exploring the world, and the other for lovely travel inspired gifts for the travelers’ home! Enjoy!
Are you up for a drive to 14,115 feet? If your answer to this question is a resounding “yes” then you’d better get yourself over to Colorado and take a ride up to Pikes Peak. For anyone who has a love of cars and driving, Pikes Peak is arguably considered the pinnacle of American Driving. We had the opportunity to drive Pikes Peak while on a recent road trip to Colorado and can say it’s an experience we’ll never forget.
The phone rang, and rang again. I hesitated to answer it. I knew what the person on the other end was going to tell me. My heart sank into my stomach as I answered it. I saw her leave late Monday night from my kitchen window. I couldn’t bring myself to go outside and say goodbye, but I knew it was goodbye forever. The phone is still ringing. I get up to answer it and the voice on the other end says the words I dread to hear: Totaled! Oh Britney! Oh my heart! We love you so very much.
We have not posted a whole lot on our blog these past few months. We have been poorly behaved bloggers. Things in America have kept us busy and stressed. Politics and policy became more important than fun and cultural enrichment. Travel, for us, took a backseat.