While traveling with my sister, we take lots and lots of pictures. This site is our chance to share them with the world.
Our 2013 sister’s trip began with a quick flight out of the cold snowy Northeast to much warmer sunshiny Florida. This is where we embarked on a cruise through the Caribbean Sea on our way to the Panama Canal. We entered the Canal on the Atlantic side at 5:30 a.m. where there is one set of locks with three chambers. Upon exiting the locks into Gatun Lake, we disembarked the cruise ship and boarded a small ferry to continue our journeys through the next set of locks and on to Panama City on the Pacific Coast. What an experience!
Over the past years, we have made several trips to Alaska and Hawaii, and seen most of the National Parks in the United States. We have experienced Canada from the east coast, west coast and the Canadian Rockies. We have been to both the east and west coasts of Mexico as well as the central area and Copper Canyon.
Our travels have taken us throughout Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, Ecuador, Galapagos, Bermuda and the Caribbean Islands. One extremely memorable trip was Australia where we fell in love with kangaroos, koalas and surfing the sand dunes. New Zealand is a very special place with beautiful mountains, fjords and lots of hiking trails.
A big adventure was our trip to Ushuaia, (The End of the World) at the southernmost tip of South America and then on to Antarctica where we sat in the middle of a colony of penguins. We also snowshoed and kayaked in the waters around Antarctica, and we visited a Ukrainian weather station to learn about global weather patterns.
We still have a bucket list of places to see and experience for many years to come. Hope you enjoy traveling vicariously through our photos. We sure do have a lot of fun, laughter and special moments. Check out the videos on the “Blast from the Past” page and share the excitement with us. Enjoy!
“Traveling teaches us to dare.”
- Edward Readicker-Henderson
Judith Ann: When I am not taking care of my two grandsons and baby granddaughter, I work as a professional organizer/simplification specialist, speaker and author. As a time management trainer, I specialize in Microsoft Outlook and work with clients to help them increase productivity by utilizing Outlook’s many components.
I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and the founding member of the Connecticut chapter (NAPO-CT) serving on a multitude of board positions over the years.
Patty: When I am not on the tractor zipping around the fields, or having fun on the ATV, or caring for the baby heifers, I spend my time at meetings. I am on the local town board, the Northeast DFA council, the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council, and the National Beef Board.