Earlier this week, Alan and I played hooky to photograph the camas lilies in bloom in Packer Meadow at Lolo Pass, Idaho. Each June, the blue blooms fill the meadow, attracting photographers and nature lovers alike. It’s a wonderful opportunity to practice macro photography.
This meadow has also seen plenty of history. The Lewis and Clark expedition camped at Glade Creek on the edge of Packer Meadow on their way west. And the Nez Perce still carry on the tradition of harvesting the camas roots for food.
A morning of playing hooky combined with a couple of days spent on one of those routine medical procedures that all boomers dread means that publishing has been slow this week at My Itchy Travel Feet. Next week, we’ll be back to normal for more articles to inspire your itchy travel feet. Are you curious about driving the Cassiar Highway in northern British Columbia? Stay tuned!
Lucky Nicole! She’s on her second week of family vacation in Mallorca. Sure hopes she brings back some great sunrise and sunset photos.
This Week’s Articles
Are you a fan of off-the-beaten-path, less crowded travel? Then you’ll enjoy my thoughts on Summer Road Trip Ideas to Beat the Crowds.
Planning a trip to Italy? Read the articles on our Italy Bucket List Trips page to get started. We cover travel ideas for both Northern and Southern Italy. Each link takes you to a listing of articles for that region.
Will you be hiking this summer? Find out which hiking gear that Alan and I take on our boomer travel adventures.
More Travel News for Boomers
At My Well-Being Powered by Humana, I offer more road trip advice in 5 Keys to a Happy Road Trip.
I think you’ll enjoy this lovely essay about how one Dad inspired his daughter’s travel at Next Avenue.
Looking for Alaska travel inspiration? Our Pinterest board, Active Travel in Alaska, is a good place to start.
Going somewhere? Start your hotel search with us.
That’s all for now but we really want to hear from you. If you have a question about travel or suggestions for our next boomer road trip eguide, please send an email through our contact us page.