We're traveling with Tilley Endurables -and we're taking them all the way around the world
There’s nothing I love more than getting my backpack out a week (or two!) before a trip, grasping my packing list (you all know how I feel about lists), and laying out my clothing for a trip. I envision all the exciting scenes where I’ll show off my little black dress and the hikes I’ll embark on in a new pair of trail runners.
Every chance to travel is precious one and I want to enjoy every step of the process, from booking tickets and reading guidebooks to sorting through photos and distributing the souvenirs. It always pains me to hear people say how much they hate packing. Packing should be easy, uncomplicated, and stress free.
Investing in a high quality, long lasting, versatile, and comfortable travel wardrobe you love is a fun and practical way to tackle packing challenges and have a more enjoyable travel experience.
We are so proud to partner with Canadian made Tilley Endurables to build the perfect travel wardrobe for our upcoming round the world trip and demonstrate to our readers that packing can be a pleasure, not a chore.
Death Valley National Park
I can't believe that it's already the final day in July... I also don't think that there is a more appropriate photo to end with than this one. This picture was taken on July 31st in Death Valley - after it cooled down enough to walk the 200 feet over to the sign to get the photo. Thanks for following our July Photos of the Day.
Prickly Pear Cactus
Cacti mean it's hot outside. On an unrelated note, how did it get to be July 30th already?!
MacDonald's Cove, Nova Scotia
Alongside on old pier just off of Highway 366 in Nova Scotia, this group of birds gathered for an unknown Atlantic Ocean concert. I feel bad for the 8-10 birds sitting in the back row. They did not get the good seats for whatever is going on out on the water.
Parliament Hill, Ottawa
Nothing says summer like a cloudless day playing tourist - this time in our home town. Here is a picture of the Library of Parliament, with the Peace Tower in the background, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.