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Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in Rosedale, Mississippi

3165774023_dbd90e8b9e_o-300x300 Last month, while I was driving down the Mississippi River on a magazine assignment, I had a curious experience in Rosedale, Mississippi. … Read more »

Posted by | Comments Off on The Best of Vagabonding…  | September 28, 2016
Category: Vagabonding Advice

Relationships and Travel

Relationships aren’t always easy. Travel isn’t always easy. Put the two together and there’s always the possibility for disaster! That has been the opposite of my experience. My husband and I met on a tour in New Zealand. He, from Australia and me from New York, we returned to our respective homes after those eight days together and really had no idea if we would ever see each other again. Perhaps it was … Read more »

Posted by | Comments Off on Relationships and Travel  | September 14, 2016
Category: Lifestyle Design, Sex and Travel

Choosing Travel

choose travel CHOICES. Often I find myself in conversations about choices. There are those societal norms accepted by the majority (in one area or another) and there are choices. It’s often odd to me that there are these two categories, because to me, they’re all choices. Of course, there are times that there are things … Read more »

Posted by | Comments Off on Choosing Travel  | August 26, 2016
Category: Lifestyle Design

Things I learned traveling with my mother

venice thumbAt the end of last year, I had the honor of showing my mother, Europe for the first time. More importantly than her first time in Europe, it was her first time venturing out of the country.

When my mother made plans to visit me in Italy, I envisioned my role as a tour guide. I was not … Read more »

Posted by | Comments Off on Things I learned traveling with my mother  | June 22, 2016
Category: Family Travel, Vagabonding Life

Vagablogging Field Report: Life in Melbourne, Australia

Welcome to Melbourne -

Melbourne is my second home. After marrying an Aussie who grew up in the suburbs of this special city, we’ve spent under a year living in the CBD and have had countless visits since. The city of sport, cafes and coffee culture thrives in the southeastern portion of Australia. Home to the Australian … Read more »

Posted by | Comments Off on Vagablogging Field Report: Life in Melbourne, Australia  | May 25, 2016
Category: Vagabonding Field Reports

Vagabonding Case Study: Jerry Walsh

Jerry Walsh

Age: 21

Hometown: Charlottesville, VA

Quote: “At the end of the day, I evolved from being an outsider looking in to becoming a functioning member of the community. Integration is what vagabonding is about.

Posted by | Comments Off on Vagabonding Case Study: Jerry Walsh  | May 13, 2016
Category: Vagabonding Case Studies