When we talk about “getting the lay of the land,” we don’t just mean familiarizing ourselves with a place — it’s also a very literal nod to the ground below our feet. Across physical and cultural borders, agriculture is something that ties much of the world together: it acts as a cornerstone to whatever culture develops around it.
This week we’re talking about how our travels have brought us closer to the land itself. Join us, @chrisluckhardt, @Destaddict, @TravelDazeco and the Passion Passport community this Wednesday 16th from 2:30pm EST to share your most down-to-earth travel moments and get to know other places better through their more rustic aspects.
If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:
Q1 – 2:30pm EST
What location have you traveled to that’s somehow famed for its land? Can you share a photo?
Q2 – 2:35pm EST
Farms are ruled by seasons. Have you participated in a seasonal tradition while exploring new land?
Q3 – 2:45pm EST
Vineyards, orchards, ranches, or otherwise — what lands are you drawn to most in travel? Why?
Q4 – 2:50pm EST
What’s the tastiest thing you’ve sampled from a farm or ranch?
Q5 – 3:00pm EST
Can you recommend an agricultural spot or hub to visit near you? What’s special about it?
Q6 – 3:05pm EST
When in your travels have you felt connected to, or different from, the farm/ranch way of life?
Q7 – 3:10pm EST
Share a photo that captures the essence of your experience in a rustic travel setting.
Q8 – 3:20 pm EST
Where would you like to take in the lay of the land next? Why there?
Body image by@lauragriertravel / Header image by Nikolas Noonan.