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70 days on the road.

So here it is, finally the end of my tour.

It seems such a long time since I left home with Keith late September. He has been home almost 3 weeks now and I will finally be able to sleep in  my own bed in 24 hours.

What a privilege it has been to travel and share the journey with my friends through my blog and Social Media. I’ve made many more new friends and taken thousands of photos during this adventure. Now I need to put them all into printed form. (A book for each country I think). 

Thailand

I will share just a little of each country in my photographic journal today.

 

Place of my heart.

Place of the exotic and the exciting.

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8 Comments

  1. Pingback: 70 days on the road. | I am Pam Holland

  2. Pam, I have thoroughly enjoyed your blog. I only found you in Houston but have found great inspiration in your photos to improve my own, and I have loved your narrative. You have certainly enjoyed you rest !

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  3. Dear Pam I could not believe it has been 70 days that I have been travelling with you each morning over coffee in my computer chair !!!!!! What a journey it has been lots and lots of laughter and so many stunning photos, seeing the world through your camera eye takes me to another planet full of colour and the unexpected. You have taught me to be happy with what I can achieve now from my home sewing wise and history wise plus wight he net and enjoy what other quilters are and can still do by travelling the globe on foot and having adventures around the corners they travel. Thanks again for sharing your daily life which are all ways full of adventure and mostly laughter. Cheers Glenda FNQLD

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    • Good morning Glenda. Its a little humbling when people visit you through the blog, but I want to thank you so much for your comments. I really enjoy sharing my photos, travels and ideas.We have some more amazing adventures next year and I hope you get the opportunity to travel along on those too. I’m also going to add more quilting ideas and projects to the blog. Beginning with an update of the Alphabet. Cheers Glenda, enjoy your day.

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  4. Hello Pam – I’ve been a long admirer of your blog, silently following you around the world for years, but thought I’d finally reply to this post. It is so incredible! You’re quite an inspiration!

    I enjoyed chatting with you in the Houston Hilton Lounge and Quilt Festival, and hope to see you there again next year.

    Thanks for all you do! Elizabeth

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    • Elizabeth, thank you so much. Your blog is wonderful too. I love the image of the monk.Yes, I will be in Houston again it’s an annual event for me. It was super meeting you. Cheers Pam

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      • elizabeth2idselizabeth says

        Thanks so much – that means a LOT coming from a blogging pro like you!

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