Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Wandering His Wonders--Why the blog name?

All of our married life we have enjoyed traveling together.  Denisa has been in all 50 states and a number of foreign countries as well.  But all of those trips were done on a tight schedule with a very precise itinerary.  The thought of not having to be back to work on Monday sounds delicious!  We are really looking forward to the luxury of wandering between sites.  We have lived in Western Oklahoma all of our lives, and we're really looking forward to living all over this grand country--staying in places long enough to get a feel for the culture and way of life of our neighbors around the USA!
We have been blessed in so many ways, so we struggled to find a travel blog name that could glorify God for these blessings.  We have always wanted God as the center of our home, even if it was a home on wheels.  So the "His" in our blog name is our way of honoring God for the many things He has done.
We can't wait to see and experience all those postcard-beautiful landscapes we have seen on calendars and screen shots!  God has created so many wonders and we are looking forward to wandering through as many as possible!  But we hope to find wonder in not only majestic landscapes, but also the people and towns we encounter as well.
This travel blog is designed as our own travel journal that we can look back over and reminisce.  If you honor us with reading it, we hope you come along and Wander His Wonders with us!


  1. Thanks for you blog! I look forward to Wandering HIs Wonders with you!

  2. Ken and Jan LongeneckerOctober 1, 2018 at 4:35 PM

    We began our wanderings 2 years ago and have been blessed by all His wonders. Looking forward to following ya'll as you Wander His wonders.

  3. What a cool way to honor Him!!


  4. Being Christian, I knew immediately what your blog name meant. I really enjoyed your piece on Wade and Cliff Lakes in Montana. I went there as a little girl - I'm going back as a 64-year-old woman with my boyfriend. We want to try kayaking Wade Lake and take my 65 lb. dog with us. I'm a beginner. My boyfriend grew up at a lakeside resort in Minnesota, and has experience with boats but not with kayaks. Any helpful tips, warnings, etc. would be appreciated.

  5. So great to meet you at our campsite in Twin Falls. May God always bless y'all and keep you safe.
    P.S. I will remember to silence my phone...LOL

  6. I found your blog while searching for like-minded RVers who might enjoy my book Grace on a Rambling Road: Devotions for RV Travelers. I'd be happy to send you some sample entries, or you can access the "Look Inside" feature on the Amazon listing. Safe travels and blessings to you!

  7. We met you in Coldwater Ohio on the bike trail and wanted to tell you how inspiring your story was of your travels. God Bless you both on your journeys. Jim Julie <