Toms’ collection of warning signs across the UK. Most pictures are taken along the Leeds-Liverpool canal in Leeds. Others are photographed on the Pennine Way, the Offa’s Dyke in Wales, and the West Highland Way.
Huntington Beach Visiting Ruta (the sister of Toms’ mother) in Huntington Beach. More scenes of Ruta’s neighborhood in Huntington Beach and the Huntington Beach pier. Notice the surfers, like dead flies bobbing in the water, waiting for the next big wave. And the Mormon fundamentalists(??) enjoying the beautiful weather along with everyone else. Joshua Tree
Puglia After last-minute car trouble postponed our plans for a central European road trip, Bari (at Italy’s heel) turned out to be the most affordable destination south of Ljubljana, so off we were. We rented a car at the airport and headed straight past Bari to the hills and the famed trulli region of central
Toms hiking the West Highland Way in April, 2013.
While Amanda travelled Siberia, Toms spent three weeks walking the Pennine Way – a dream for those who love solitary hiking, enjoy bleak hills and wide moorlands, and don’t mind the English weather. The Pennine Way starts in a small village called Edale in Derbyshire County and ends 429 km later in Kirk Yetholm in
Toms hiking the Offa’s Dyke in April 2016.
Portugal in April 2010. Just under two weeks in Portugal in early April. This is a good time to visit — not so many tourists and pleasant weather, although May is probably even nicer. We had no problem finding hotels on the spot, with no reservations. All of the rooms were large, comfortable, and clean.
Toms hiking the Cleveland Way in January, 2012.
These are images from the Latvian seashore Toms has taken over the last two decades.
Amanda and Toms in Sardegna (Alghero and the East Coast) – June 2006. Ah, Sardinia! First of all, learn some very basic Italian before heading to Sardinia, especially if you’ll be leaving the main towns and beaches and going inland. Knowledge of English and German is usually quite limited, as is the tourism infrastructure. But