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I want to share something a little different today…

Ashland, Oregon author Reginald Spittle (full disclosure: he is also my husband) takes readers along four iconic European long-distance trekking adventures. An honest and humorous account of the unexpected joys and challenges unleashed by his newly discovered passion.

Order your copy today! Trippin’ Through My 60s: When adventure calls, the trails of Europe answer


It looks like fall, but this tree is showing off it’s spring color.

While capturing the grandeur of the Mont Blanc landscape, Reg was reduced to a mere speck on trail.

Wildflowers were in bloom during our July Tour du Mont Blanc trek.

It was a gorgeous day for our climb up and over Devil’s Staircase, the highest point along the West Highland Way. As we headed down the other side, the landscape was breathtaking.

Our spring hike on the Great Glen Way led us to an overnight stop in Fort Augustus, Scotland, a lively little town along the banks of Loch Ness. No sign of Nessie though.

A glorious springtime day along Scotland’s West Highland Way.

Cloudy skies threatened our spring trek along Scotland’s West Highland Way.

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