Contact Me

Email Me: [email protected]

 

One of the greatest parts about traveling is the community:

  • meeting other travelers at a bar after a day of exploration
  • temporarily joining cultures in other regions
  • sharing stories and photos with your friends when you get home
  • helping someone else plan their dream trip are all fantastic way to become part of a global community.

The internet has made it easy to keep this sense of community alive even when we’re comfortably at home instead of on vacation!  I’d love to build up these connections even more and thus I encourage your comments on all my blog posts.  We can all travel at bargain prices thanks in part to the generous sharing of ideas and information.

If you’d rather contact me directly with questions, comments, or ideas on what you’d like to see on this blog, please reach out to me at [email protected]

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I look forward to hearing from you soon!

4 thoughts on “Contact Me”

  1. Hi! Becky, Happen to have been on your travel web site and saw your story. Wanted to know if you have any singles trips for people who are single and looking to meet different people on your singles travel group.Or if you know of any singles travel clubs or organzations that do have such a thing. If you can sendme their e-mail addresses of any such places where you can meet travel partners. Thanks, Gary

    1. @Gary, My solo travels have all been independent rather than as part of organized trips, but I’ve never had trouble meeting with other travelers or locals along the way. Try Couchsurfing (they do meet-ups in addition to hosting travelers), striking up a conversation at a popular bar or coffeeshop, or joining in on day tours at your destination. I also love the “roll calls” on Cruise Critic forums for meeting other cruisers on your voyage before the trip so you can make friends in advance!

  2. Hi Becky,
    Just wanted to let everyone know that there are only 10 parking spots at the Great Channels of VA. We were very disappointed to get there and find that the 10 spots were taken and 2 cars were waiting for someone to leave. There was a park ranger monitoring the parking area. We drove from Grayson Highlands which was not a short drive with the ups and downs of the mountains. The ranger gave us directions to a second entrance since we had a 4 wheel drive truck. We managed to find the spot which was going through private property, but I got a little worried when the trail wasn’t marked and we didn’t know how far away it was. Next time I will get up super early to get a spot!

    1. @Carol, Thanks for the first-hand update. I’m not surprised the hike has gotten more popular this year while everyone is looking for outdoor activities. I’ve updated the post to give other readers the info about parking.

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