Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

I've been feeling some pretty serious wanderlust lately.

I've traveled. Not like some people do, but I've been across the United States and to Canada and Mexico, the Bahamas, England, Italy, France. I've had my fair share of enlightening city and museum tours and mind-blowing pasta. It seems like a lot and then I look at a map of the world and my travels feel almost insignificant. I was a baby in Hawaii once.

But lately I've been thinking about Norway (these photos didn't help). And Ireland. I want to have tea in a foggy little mountain town where sheep roam about on really green grass. In May, I'll be Mrs. Peterson in the Dominican Republic, and after that I want to travel more.

I've been a couple of times before, but I want to get to know Seattle. Re-visit San Francisco (woops!--doing some research already) and eat really good sushi, and clam chowder out of sourdough bread bowls. And then I'd like to find myself in Europe and Scandanavia, drinking coffee and taking gorgeous hikes on unfamiliar trails.

Where have you been? Where do you want to go?