My Travel Treasure

– Artistic Travel Souvenirs & Keepsakes

Saving the best for last on this summer road trip

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Cannon Beach, Oregon   

I discovered this beach years ago and each time I return I am never disappointed.  It is the perfect blend of Carmel, California and Sea Ranch, California.  Cute grey shingled cottages with white trim, adorable main street with unique shops and restaurants (lots of gluten-free options! Yay!) and looooong beaches that you can walk for hours on.

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I rented a studio on VRBO and enjoyed an entire week of relaxation and picture-taking.  This was the perfect way to end my 6 state road trip and a lovely way to end my detailed travel blog. My next adventures will still be shared but instead with more focus given to my visual creative endeavors.

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Never forget to have fun on your adventures! 

 

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Would you like to experience your German roots without leaving the United States?  

Then, Leavenworth, WA is the place for you!

 

Last year’s road trip needs to end soon so I am leaving Palouse behind (only to return via artwork) and I am excited to share the beautiful murals of Leavenworth.  This town is a feast for the eyes to behold, has amazing food and activities for all ages and interests. Here is a link if you would like to learn more about Leavenworth, WA.

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How Leavenworth came to be the place it is today is an advertiser’s dream come true!

Check out the history section on the link I provided earlier.

Wir wünschen eine gute Reise!

 

 

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Nothing is better than visiting a place and yearning to return some day. You made amazing memories and want to relive the experience once again, right? Well, why not return during the same trip? So, I did just that. I headed from Kalispell to Spokane, Washington in hopes of visiting the Palouse region once again.

It was exciting to see how much had changed from June to July. The bright green wheat fields were now changing to a beautiful champagne color.  So, once again, I couldn’t help but spend countless hours taking as many pictures as I could.

I am so excited to share with you what I saw. Please enjoy.

This last pic was a reminder that the wheat season was ending and the fields would be prepared for their next bounty.

This place is ever-changing and so inspiring as each season enters and then exits.

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