Don’t Wait, Enjoy the Ride

I completely failed at posting by 7 am, I also failed at posting by 7 pm. Good thing my blog doesn’t have a boss, because I’d be getting a talking to.

crested butte horseback riding

Last weekend I was horseback riding in Colorado, this weekend I took a long walk in St. Paul. Both were wonderful, but so different. There are highs and there are lows, but I’m trying my best to enjoy the good things. And not get too tied down by the low points.

Going horseback riding was not something I expected on the short Colorado trip, but it was so wonderful to see some new sights, have quiet time with a few friends, and remind myself to be okay with going off the expected path.

Do you plan all your vacations?

Or do you see what happens once you’re there?

2 thoughts on “Don’t Wait, Enjoy the Ride

  1. I kind of do a mix when it comes to vacation planning. I usually have some things in mind that I want to do, but I try to not over plan so we can see where the days take us. For our Bend trip, we’ll be in Bend for about 2.5 days. I have a hike in mind for each of the full days we are there but nothing else planned. The town of Bend has lots of breweries so I have a few in mind that I’ve heard good things about so we’ll check those out (for Phil, I don’t/can’t drink beer!) but that’s all I have planned!

  2. I like a mix – usually we’ll research where we’re going before we get somewhere and have a rough idea of some things we’d like to do, but we’re not tied to a specific schedule (unless we have to be because something is only happening at a special time). Sounds like you had a pretty good trip!

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