It's difficult because I've been going on vacation for as long as I can remember. Some of my favorites with my Dad and Mom, were going to the magnificent Redwoods. A favorite recollection is sitting on a split rail fence, with my sister, waving at the truckers who hauled logs that had just been harvested.
Because I had so many happy memories of camping with my family, when Bob and I had children of our own, we camped, too. Carrie's first camping trip happened when she was about 6 months old. We took her to the river, around here if you say the river, it's understood to mean The Colorado River. The trip was for Bob to go waterskiing, it was a great family outing and the beginning of our many family camping trips.
A couple of decades ago, Bob insisted that he no longer wanted to camp. My favorite vacation after that wasn't a cruise, and we've been on many, or one of my annual trips to Book Expo America, it was a baseball tour we took two years ago. What fun to pay your money and have someone else organize EVERYTHING. Transportation, hotels, game tickets, everything. The only thing we really had to take care of was what to eat. We wore each home teams' logos when we visited, so we didn't look so much like "foreigners". I did my research and picked Jay Buckley Tours. I don't think I'd bother with another company. Jay Buckley Tours was great!
Thanks for stopping by and sharing my life with me,