Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Miss Luna C Goes to the Park!

Just for a little background on this series of related posts, you can read all about the makings of the Traveling Totes Tribe here. This past month, my tote (Miss Luna C) and I went to the park - two, in fact!
The photo above was taken in Mainstrasse Village, a quaint little town in Covington, KY. Each year they celebrate their German heritage with Oktoberfest and  Maifest, featuring music, foods, bazaars and much more, all focused within their city's central, historic district.
Within the park, there is a wonderful clock tower, which is otherwise known as the Pied Piper Bell Tower. Designed to look like a traditional glockenspiel, on each hour the tower balcony comes "alive" with animated figures.

Miss Luna C's second park trip was less urban, and a whole lot more adventurous for us. We traveled to one of our National Parks, The New River Gorge National Park, in Fayetteville, WV.
It was here where Mr. P. and I adventured through the forest on the Endless Wall Trail and, later, on the Bridgewalk. Prior to hiking the trail, we made a pit stop and I posed with Miss Luna C. Tucked back into the cargo space of the car while we hiked, the tote was full of water and granola bars once we returned from our adventures. You can read all about our adventures that day at the National Park in this post.
Where have all the other Traveling Tote tribe members been of late?  By all means, go check them out at the links below. I tell ya, these girls get around!
Samantha with Christabel @ Samantha Stone
and our non-blogger friends:
Colleen and Miss MacKenzie Joy
Tami and Miss MC la Mer
Be sure to come back on October 30th for yet another episode of Tales of the Traveling Totes and see what the girls have been up to. I'm already planning mine. ;)

To have a chance for winning her giveaway as part of the Tales of the Traveling Totes series, be sure to stop by Linda's blog @ More Fun Less Laundry. It's two terrific, padded hangers in the Courtly Check pattern (how clever, given the title of her blog). I love these!
September Giveaway at More Fun Less Laundry
All you have to do is visit her blog, and leave a comment, letting her know you were there. You can go straight there with the link I've provided - it's that simple!

In case you've ever wondered of the history behind The Story of Courtly Check, it's been well documented on the MacKenzie-Childs blog just in this past month. Just click on the hyperlinked title for that fascinating history.
The Story of Courtly Check
Until our next adventure, thank you for dropping in to visit. It's a pleasure to have you here!

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