Ever thought of walking away from your daily work schedule, mails and meetings? Cold Calling- In reality, I don’t just pick up the phone and call places, but I reach out via email. If during my travel research I find an attraction or restaurant that looks interesting, I email them directly to inquire about their pet policy. I explain in my email that I will be traveling with my well-behaved dog and I would like to visit their attraction with Dexter. If they say yes, I do print the email and take it along during my trip. Travelers who love being on the water found travel insurance themselves spoiled for choice, with ships of all sizes offering electric nightlife, immersive excursions, luxuriously appointed staterooms, and culinary delights that rival some of the best food on land. Whatever your preferences are, there will be a route out there to satisfy you. (Our next one will be more in the adventure-travel category, when we plan to paddle and portage more than 200 miles from International Falls to Grand Portage along the historic Voyageurs Route.) The local outfitters and guide services can help you select a route that’s right for you.

We soon came to Giles Weather Station. This was another prohibited area, and no one could go there unless it was an emergency. I’m writing too much. Buy my book. So you can read about the water wind mill that we fixed at Blackstone camp, and how our trailer broke down. Laverton was still far away. It was also on this leg of the journey, that a can of sardines may have saved our lives. Also in book. About 100 Km’s out of Laverton we hit a made road that belonged to a town called Malcolm. When we arrived, only a couple of building remained. The rest of the town was reduced to rumble. Today, NOTHING remains at all. We stayed over night in one of the abandoned and empty homes. The following morning we had crossed the Gibson dessert and after a couple of thousand Km’s arrived at Laverton.