why we travel
expanding our horizons
I n the late 90s, my sister rescued two baby red-ear sliders swimming in a small plastic bag off the streets of New York City.
Not knowing what to do, she asked my then 10-year-old son if he wanted to keep them as pets. A resounding yes burst from his lips, and that’s how Tornado and Hurricane came to live with us.
As time passed, the turtles’ tank grew, until they didn’t. Once their tank stayed status quo, so did the turtles’ growth.
The English composer, John Powell, best known for his animated film scores like Shrek and Ice
Age, says “A person can only grow as much as his horizon allows.”
To learn or experience something new, you must open yourself up to what is “out there” instead of maintaining the comfortable confines of a status quo life.
We travel to expand our horizons within the vastness of this country instead of living a life in a limited, short-sighted tank like Tornado and Hurricane.
They didn’t have a choice.
States we’ve visited
Our National Parks
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