I've always enjoyed blog posts that tell the story of a big trip. Before this all happened my wife and I had big plans for further travels in the next decade. Now that's not going to happen, but I fully expect to find bloggers writing about their travels so I can follow along.
In the immediate future, Al and Kelly of Travel with the Bayfield Bunch, are leaving for the maritimes in the next few days. I expect to really enjoy their trip, as will many others among their faithful followers. Another style of blog is Travels with Gord and Cathie, written by Gord, a good friend of mine. His blog is in the form of a trip journal, something they have always kept over years of travel. He only established his blog recently, but he has uploaded the stories of 11 different trips dating back to 2007.
There are numerous other blogs that emphasize travel, a number by full-time RVers. Let me just cite three examples.
The first blog, Island Girl Walkabout, by Hector, Brenda and Angel, is now retired. But you can still read it, and find the story of their several month long trip to Alaska in 2015. It's illustrated with spectacular photography; Hector now has a professional photography website, H.M.Lopez Photography. And there are lots of stories of their trips around the southwest where they now live.
Another example is The Chouters, who went on a similar trip to Alaska in 2016. Their stories made great reading. Finally there's Take to the Highway, by Suzanne. Suzanne travelled through all four of the Canadian Atlantic provinces in 2017, and provides some great stories of the out-of-the-way places she visited, especially lighthouses. Her photography is spectacular.
I'm sure there are many others I could cite, but these ones stick with me. Do you have any favourite travel stories from the blogs you read?