Kathy and I are very blessed to live a life which affords a lot of opportunities for serendipity. When we were working, vacations and travel took a lot of planning with deadlines and time constraints. Retirement is truly glorious! We rarely have set time lines and we often make spontaneous plans, one day at a time.
Our puppy, Kahlo, is a great example of the gift of serendipity. We had no plans of getting her and yet she has brought so much joy to our lives!
Whale Watching in Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico
The White Temple, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Charlotte and Pete Hill O’Neal, Arusha, Tanzania
Serendipity has given us fabulous adventures, visits to so many great places, and led us to meeting unforgettable and wonderful new friends.
Now we are in Minnesota, a place I thought we’d simply be traveling through. We love it here! There are beautiful parks, affordable campgrounds, friendly people and lots to see and do. Thanks to serendipity, we’ll be here a few weeks.
We’d love to hear about your experiences of serendipity as well as any comments, suggestions or questions you may have. As always, thank you so much for taking the time to read this blog and for your support.
3 thoughts on “BOLT Adventures in Serendipity”
Are you always known as “BOLT” while traveling in these various locales? I have never had any problems connecting with the kindness in people while traveling, but wonder how you navigate (at times) being black, being lesbians…probably not too much being “old?”
We travel as ourselves. Lesbian. Black. Old. We haven’t had any trouble. We are ironically too old to change our lives for the comfort of others especially strangers. Thanks for your interest. Be well.
Wonderful! And so it is.
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