Stories of my adventures in roadtripping, complete with photos. Possibly too many photos, if there is such a thing.
So here we are. Most of us are stuck in our houses to prevent the spread of disease and the weather is being utterly glorious. Autumn is my favourite time of the year to be out roadtripping and all I can do is sit here and stare out of the window.
Or sit in front of the computer, re-living past roadtrips through the several million photos I’ve taken.
It seems I have but one choice: instead of going on an actual roadtrip, I’m going to take you on virtual roadtrips via my blog.
“But, Katie!” you may declare. “What if you run out roadtrip photographs?”
Quite frankly, I’m more likely to run through my wool and fabric stash before I even get close to reaching the bottom of my roadtrip photograph collection. You have no idea how many roadtrips I haven’t shared on this blog yet!
I’m starting with a Failboats trip to Woodend in January because, with the exception of our visit to the Noojee market (blog post coming soon), it’s my most recent roadtrip.
Let’s go to Woodend!