Tim and I leave for Europe from New York on 9/1 for just over 2 weeks. He has a trade show in Amsterdam the 2nd week of our stay. We decided to arrive early and leave the first week unplanned. I have no idea where we are going other than that we will fly in and out of Amsterdam.
With luck (and decent internet service) I will be writing about our travels. I'm taking my new camera, and hope to upload some photos as I write.
I have everything packed in a carry-on bag. I'm very pleased about this, given the fact that I'm hauling a much larger camera and 2 (possibly 3) lenses. Several packets of Woolite will be used to deal with my shortage of clothing. Keep your fingers crossed. I plan to carry a very small day-pack in lieu of a purse, but will use a travel-wallet (one of those things with a long strap) to keep my passport close.
I find it more than a little humorous that I can travel this lightly to Europe and I take everything but the kitchen sink when I attend the Houston quilt festival (there will be an article about this in the newest Quilting Arts publication this fall).
I think I'll photograph my packing system and add some shots later.