Here, There, and Everywhere

This is a tough list for me. I LOVE to travel, and I’m happy to visit most places. So when I sat down to make an actual list, my mind drew a blank.

Bodleian Library (and Oxford) in A Discovery of Witches // Deborah Harkness. As I librarian, I’d love to visit this library. Serious bonus points if there’s a handsome altruistic vampire lurking in the stacks.

The Epic Road Trip in American Gods // Neil Gaiman. Sure it didn’t pan out in all locations, but you have to admit it would be an experience.

Pacific Crest Trail in Wild // Cheryl Strayed. I’m a serious planner, so I suspect my hike wouldn’t be as dramatic or emotional, but it sure would be beautiful.

The Maine wilderness in The River at Night // Erica Ferencik. Sure their trip was plagued my murder and mayhem, but Maine is so beautiful. I can’t help but pine for a peaceful rafting trip down the river.

Alaska in Alaska Wild // K. A. Turner. Alaska has always been high on my list, but this just solidified it. The landscape sounds amazing.

Scotland in Outlander // Diana Gabaldon. I’m *real* original with this one, I know.

Prince Edward Island in Anne of Green Gables // L. M. Montgomery.

Big Sur in Big Sur // Jack Kerouac. I actually made this one happen in the summer of 2016. It was stunning.

I’m sure I’ll think of a million more options as soon as I post this. For more places to visit inspired by books, go here.

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