Are any of you planning any travels since things are opening up.
Just got back from visiting my wife’s mother and our son in OK. Will be going back to Oklahoma in June… a week or so after our first granddaughter is born. Her parents are from Australia and more or less prevented from traveling here. That’s driving her mom crazy.
Nope. On lockdown because of health care job for foreseeable future. Vacation this summer will involve a lot of home improvement stuff that I’ve been weaseling out of the past few years.
Hoping to go to NC to see my daughter in her new house when we are able!
We don’t travel so the lockdown and reopening don’t affect us at all. Might take long Sunday drives after hubby recovers from his cataract surgery.
Our favorite resort is just now taking reservations, but I put in for vacation time from work before the quarantine, so I don’t know how it will play out.
South Carolina is best Carolina
I don’t know. I love to travel, my mom and I were talking about going to Canyonlands in Utah, because I’ve never been anywhere that far west. But we’ll see.
My absolute favorite is Zion; Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall. If you go to Canyonlands, Mesa Arch is awesome.
If I may suggest a national park for you to go to, in my state of South Carolina, go to Congaree, it’s the only National Park in the entire state. It’s beautiful, it’s actually one of the least visited national parks.
Too hot for me, I would think.
Was thinking of visiting Louisville or Nashville, though the latter is pretty expensive. Any cool, fun or interesting things to do in Louisville?
Nashville/Tennessee in the Fall is gorgeous.
I was going to go to Seoul but that’s proving to be too complicated with all the virus stuff going on, so I’m staying home for the summer.
Cheaper? I was surprised by how expensive it is in terms of hotel and AirBnB rates.
Is this like when people from Nebraska slam Iowa and vice versa? I love regional humor like that.
Well, I was born in Iowa, and partially raised there, but you know I think in Davenport they pretty much don’t really think all that much about Nebraska. Since Illinois is right next to them. I don’t know enough about Nebraska and haven’t been there enough to know what the insults towards it are. The truth is, is that I’m actually much closer to Georgia than North Carolina, and I have friends whose families are from North Carolina, it is I just like South Carolina better, gas is cheaper. Which reminds me, if anyone wants to go to North Carolina, go to Mount Mitchell. I especially like the drive there, seeing Big Butt and Little Butt, and yes that’s their actual names. you can even go on the Big Butt Trail.
That’s hilarious. I wish I had known that when we vacationed in Myrtle Beach years ago.
Lots of beautiful trails. Spent our honeymoon on the side of Mt. Pisgah