We are so excited to have you here, please click around and check out all our new site has to offer. This is just the beginning of a new journey for the Colemans. If you would have asked us a year ago if we would like to start blogging, we would have said no. We don’t have time, don’t have the energy, and certainly don’t have anything to say. Personally, I am still in shock that Brian is as committed as he is. Haha, don’t tell him I said that. 😉
The first questions we get from people is why? Why are you blogging? What is your purpose for the website? What are your plans for the future with Cruisin’ with the Colemans? I’m so glad you asked. I love talking about the what and why!
Why did we start Cruisin’ with the Colemans? We did it for us. We needed an outlet for our travels. We know the gift we have been given by having the time, ability, and desire to travel. Since we are both teachers we have the time to travel in larger blocks which gives us the ability to go places we wouldn’t be able to go to with only one or two weeks off at a time. Also, as teachers, we both have the desire to research and see so many places in the world. This travel makes us better teachers because we can share what we experience with our students.
“Cruisin’ with the Colemans is our way of living what we learned on our Camino”www.cruisinwiththecolemans.com
The purpose of the website vs. simply a blog is because we have decided that we want to do more than just blogging. We know that want to sell our travel photos, continue giving presentations about our travels, eventually do more travel consulting, and then who knows what else is down our path. We have not defined exactly where we want to go or what we precisely want to do just yet but the journey we are on makes us smile every single day.
The idea for Cruisin’ with the Colemans came after we finished our first Camino in 2017. The day we flew home from Spain, we stopped at an RV store before we even went home. Let me say that again – we had been in Spain for two months and we stopped off at an RV store before we even went home! That is crazy but it’s also how we felt. We purchased the RV we had been researching in our downtime on the Camino a week after we got home. We didn’t want the journey to end. Cruisin’ with the Colemans is our way of living what we learned on our Camino. We learned that you can’t plan everything, you have to accept the challenges in front of you, the journey is important, and to never stop walking.
Thank you for being a part of our journey thus far. Your support does not go unnoticed. We are humbled that you want to read our blog posts, that you subscribe to our blogs, and that you share our blog posts. We will do our best to provide you with reasons to keep coming back.
As we say on the Camino, “Buen Camino” which literally translates as “Good Way.” It is what you say when you leave someone as you wish the well on their journey. We wish you all well on your journey. Until we meet again. You can say Buen Camino to us by giving us a thumbs up and sharing our website. Thank you!