2022 Travel Year in Review

I think most people can agree that this past year was better than the one before with a bit more of a return to normalcy.  If anything, stats across the travel industry painted that picture with many numbers rebounding to 2019 levels.  For me, 2022 provided opportunities to explore some beautiful outdoor destinations, as well as a return visit to my beloved Paris to uncover some often-overshadowed museums and a very special surprise first visit to Disneyland.  I’m grateful for these many memories and experiences and am looking forward to what next year will bring.

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Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2023!

Southwest Splendor in Page – Arizona, February 2022

White Sands Wonders – New Mexico, March 2021

Summer Vacation in San Diego – California, June 2022

Postcards from Provence and Paris – France, September 2022

Sunny Thanksgiving in Scottsdale – Arizona, November 2022

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