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March 11, 2015


gotham girl aka Robin

What a fabulous compilation of your "side trip!" What a lucky girl Erin is to have such adventurous aunt and uncle! The landscape just blew me away! Thank you so much for sharing!

odile lm

Hi Cathy!
I'm not a traveller at all but I have been following your travel blog with great interest and pleasure for several years now as well as your craft blog. I'm a Kim Klassen student and I see your pictures on her blog too. I was already following your travel blog before I understood that you were the same Cathy posting pictures of ethnic objects or beautiful fabrics on Kim's blog at Texture Tuesday or Friday Finds...
I am fascinated by the amazing landscapes you've been travelling through and the colourful costumes that the women wear in this northern part of Vietnam... You're so lucky to be able to immerge yourself among such cultures and people and discover such remote villages and places... I love to read the stories of your travels and everything you tell us is so interesting and perfectly documented. I love your pictures of children and women, they all seem so happy though they are so poor...I think you travel in a very respectful and ethic manner and seem to love, you and your husband, the people you meet in all the countries you are visiting... I wish you a lot of beautiful travels during many years... and I'm looking forward to reading your stories as well as admiring your wonderful pictures, thank you for sharing... please excuse the poor english of a french woman... odile

Carol aka Traveller

wow, wow, wow, all fabulous, fabulous pictures. They make me want to go back to Vietnam again and ride on a bike again!


The "everyday" costumes are amazing and loved learning about the black teeth! Thank you for sharing. How in the world do you figure out where to visit next??


WOWOWOWOWOWOW!!! I have always loved the weavings of the Hmongs (we had a large population of them where we once lived) Wish I'd thought to buy some pieces of them at the time.
What gorgeous scenery, especially up in the mountains ~ breath-taking!

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