I don’t get to see my sister often. Sometimes, we can go a year without seeing each other, but we try not to make that happen. You see, we live about 1,780 miles apart. I am in Myrtle Beach, S.C. and she is in Bismarck, N.D. Growing up, we did the sisterly fighting, as usual, but we have gotten a lot closer as we have gotten older. Continue reading
North America is a wonderland. From the bleak landscape of Canada to the multicultural United States and finally down to hot Mexico, there are many different landscapes, cultures and sights to experience and enjoy. I have been able to visit each part of the North American continent and loved every part.
Being from North Dakota, a trip to Canada wasn’t out of the question. When I was little, we made a few stops at the waterpark Kenosee in Saskatchewan and while in college, my roommate and I did a road trip to Winnipeg.
Also in college, I took my first spring break trip to California to see my grandmother and we went to Ensenada for the day. It was a wonderful trip.
Growing up, we didn’t take a lot of vacations. Whenever we did, we went somewhere to see family. However, because our family lived in different states including California, Arizona and Wyoming, I was able to see most of the West Coast with my family. I really didn’t write about these trips, but I wish I would have so I could remember all we did.
Since getting married, the husband and I have made a point to travel around the East Coast.
Some day, I hope to explore more of Canada, more of Mexico and to visit all 50 states of the United States.
Until then, here is what I have written about some of the places we have been: