We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us. [Anon]
It’s often quoted, but it’s so true! I have a huge long list of all the places I hope to to visit and whilst I doubt i’ll make it to them all I thoroughly hope i’ll exhaust myself trying! I like to think i’m a pretty average traveller. I’m not on a super tight budget but I need to live within my means, i’m not a pro-athlete or a serious adrenaline junkie but I like to think i’ll try most things once. I like to explore, get off the beaten track, hide away in the mountains, ski, hike, ride and fall asleep with exhaustion at the end of the night.
So, thanks for stopping by! I know there’s a huge heap of amazing travel blogs out there and my journeys are just a drop in a very large ocean, but whether you’re travelling full time or for just a precious few weeks a year I hope my blog will offer a little inspiration along the way.
A skier, a horse rider and a part time traveller. I live in England with my husband and dog and work your average 9-5 job. But I love to travel. Over the past few years I’ve fallen in love with North America, but point me in the direction of some mountains/epic scenery and I’m pretty much made! I don’t get many holiday days off work but I make sure the ones I do are lived to the full.
Well I’m a horse rider, although being from the UK it’s not exactly a scene from your average Western! I can’t remember when it started but I’m completely in love with Montana; I finally made it there a couple of years ago and I’m more in love with the place than ever. So whilst I’m not a real cowgirl (currently!) you never know what the future holds, in the mean time I’ll keep exploring and keep planning our trip itineraries around rodeo schedules!
I’ve never travelled for more than a few weeks at a time; I’ve often wondered if a life of travel would be for me or not, and maybe one day I’ll find out. In the mean time, I’m just an English Cowgirl dreaming of Montana.