Senior Tiny Travel?

That’s the name of a new website under construction. It will feature just that, Tiny Travel. I’ve found Big Travel quite exhausting and difficult, but still can’t wait to “get out of town”.

We’re finding short trips intriguing. Suddenly, we have time to see what lies around us. For instance, today we left Burlington around 10:00, drove for less than an hour and discovered The Rock of Ages quarry in Graniteville, a bit south of Barre.

More to follow when I unload the camera…but it was a great day.


About Gail Hunter

Been there; done that - from spelunking below the grass to parasailing above the water, and most things in between. Entrepreneur: ran 5 businesses into the ground (lots of advice there); raised kids, dogs and eyebrows; ex-fields are renewable energy, boats, golf, design & build, group travel agent, travel log writer (web) and now sharing what 80 years of life taught me.
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