Look up there at the top of the page and it says “Around the World in 180 Days.”
When we started this blog six years ago we intended to make each ‘round the world trek last exactly 180 days. That’s how long this one would have lasted if we had come home on March 4, our original return date.
Then Jamie said, “If we stayed another six weeks we could celebrate our twentieth wedding anniversary in Australia,” so we re-scheduled our homecoming for April 28.
But then the coronavirus hit and our flight got cancelled and we hunkered down in Angaston with nowhere to go and no way to get there. After a number of false starts, we’ll finally arrive home on June 19.
Which means we need to rename this website:
Around the World in 289 Days.
It’ll be great to have you back in Texas.