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My husband and I write a travel blog together, carryoncouple.com and we recently completed a countdown of our 2018 top 10 photo picks.

Now we want to hear from you. No cash, no prizes…just a chance to share your opinion. Check out the link below to see a recap of our 2018 favorites, then choose choose yours.

Leave your numbered choice in the comments section and we will announce the results this Friday, December 21.

https://carryoncouple.com/2018/12/18/cast-your-vote/

The Island in Time Trail winds through the floor of Blue Basin canyon in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon.

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The Painted Hills shine at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon.

…available soon on Amazon.

Coming soon to Amazon — carryoncouple

I wanted to share this with any of you who might be interested in reading a memoir set along the Camino de Santiago in Spain.  The publication date is drawing near.

It is said that the Camino can change one’s life. This is my husband’s story of our 2013 walk along The Way.  You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you just might be inspired.

For updates, please add your contact information at the bottom of the link below.

Thank for your support!

 

Camino Sunrise: Walking With My Shadows A memoir and Camino de Santiago adventure by Reginald Spittle Illustrated by Sue Spittle They call it a pilgrimage, but for Reginald Spittle the 500-mile Camino de Santiago was the test of a lifetime. A professional journalist and a gifted educator, Reg projected an air of confidence to those […]

via Coming soon to Amazon — carryoncouple

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Amid the beauty lies the harsh reality of life on the Oregon Coast.

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Hydrangeas are but one of the many variety of flowers grown in the 5 acres of formal gardens in Shore Acres State Park.

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This Puffin stands nearly five feet tall and is constructed from recycled ocean trash.  Look closely and see how many things you can identify.

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