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Munds Wagon Trail Panorama

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Sedona, Arizona (January 2017)

Tropfest

2012 Tropfest

Truist Park (when it was SunTrust Park)

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SunTrust Park photomerge (Atlanta, Georgia – November 2017)

Klaksvik

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Klaksvik (Faroe Islands)

This was almost the view from my sleeping spot one night this past July in the Faroe Islands. It didn’t end up being my resting place due to two things. The first is the wind, which was so strong on the prior night that I didn’t sleep so well as my campervan rocked much of the night. The wind was strong when I took this so I opted for a spot nearby, between two buildings, to gain some shelter from the wind. The second is that this location was at the base of a hiking trail. One thing I learned from prior nights is that the Faroese people like to hike early in the morning, and I didn’t really want a stream of people coming by my campervan while I was still waking up.

Olympic National Park

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View from Hurricane Hill Trail

After four days of hiking around and exploring Olympic National Park, for the first time, today we are heading home. On the way home, we plan to do one last trail on the east side of the park. Today’s photo is from yesterday. Mount Olympus is on the right side of the Olympic Mountains in the above photo.

Árnafjørður

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7-photo photomerged panorama of Árnafjørður in the Faroe Islands

I didn’t see another human during the half hour or so that I wandered around the town of Árnafjørður.

My camper van was supposed to have internet. It did not. My phone was supposed to have internet. It did not. (Orange sucks BTW. Advertised as working in the Faroe Islands, Scotland, and the Czech Republic, it didn’t work at all in the Faroe Islands or Scotland and barely worked–at super slow speeds and only sometimes–in the Czech Republic.) I was supposed to be going to a festival in the Faroe Islands. It was canceled. So I had a lot of extra time in the Faroe Islands but no way to know what to do with it. I didn’t have a guidebook. All I had was Google maps.

I drove to every place I could see on Google maps, but since I didn’t have internet, I didn’t know what would be there when I arrived or what to do in these towns. However, the Faroe Islands provided a solution. In every town, there is a really cool map/town overview sign which I would read before exploring. An example of one of these can be seen in the Árnafjørður sign below.

Árnafjørður town map