About

“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.”
― Hans Christian Andersen, The Fairy Tale of My Life: An Autobiography

Dreamer, travel enthusiast, working woman and a wife, that’s me!

Born and brought up in India; a country rich in its heritage and culture; we moved to Seattle city in United States in early 2013 and have since then been exploring the region around. My husband and I are avid travelers and with him I have been roaming to many places and enjoying our pieces of adventure.

I believe in God and His wonderful creations. My blog is about this beautiful planet and its natural and scenic beauty as viewed through our eyes. This world is very vast and colorful and I would like everyone to see, feel and sense its wonders through my writing and photography through this website.

A corner of the world I share and a glimpse of yours you show;
And together we will travel around; steady and slow.

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I have also created a FaceBook page ! Feel free to drop by and say “Hi”! I would love to hear from you!

All the photographs on this blog are taken by my husband or me. They are the sole property of cometravelalong.wordpress.com which owns the copyrights. Photos may not be used commercially without the express consent of the author.

99 comments

  1. I’d love to travel a lot, but that probably won’t happen in this lifetime, so I will make sure I follow your blog. It looks beautiful! Please do stop by mine, and maybe follow it back if you find something there to interest you. Happy blogging and travelling!

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  2. Thank you Angie for your comment and encouraging words. This is indeed one of the reasons to start this blog; to let everyone around enjoy this wonderful creation by God. And I will be happy if I can share a glimpse of it with you. And you never know whats next. One day you may share beautiful pics of your travel with me. 🙂
    I have visited your blog and you are doing really well. Your posts are interesting and I am sure gonna follow you for more. Keep up the good work!
    Good to meet a new blog friend in this blogosphere.

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  3. Hi Ruchi. Found you through the Blogging 201 stuff and good start to a blog. It’s nice to be starting something like this isn’t it? I’m still new to this as well lol.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Yeah its nice to start this blog. However I had not thought that I will get to interact with so many people and know their world. It feels good.
      I checked your blog and it is not that new. You have managed to write quite a number of posts on various topics with variety of shades. Keep on writing 🙂

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  4. Hi Teresa! Thank you for your visit and kind words. Definitely keeps me motivated 🙂
    I visited your blog too and its beautiful. You have been to some interesting places. Look forward to see more of this world through your blog.
    Cheers! Ruchi

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  5. Thanks for visiting and liking my blog. I am also from India. Through my blog I am trying to spread the word of God. Some photos and videos are also included. I have created a few small videos and uploaded in youtube username pvm610. Best wishes and prayers. I have no chance to travel like you so I will follow your blog to see the places.

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  6. Thank you Jithin for visiting and commenting. Appreciate it!
    Nice to find your blog as it has some really beautiful photographs. You’ve got a follower here 🙂

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  7. Oregon is beautiful too. We plan a trip to Oregon each summer and there are so many different places to visit each time. West coast is indeed beautiful 🙂

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  8. Hi Ruchi, thank you for following my blog. You have a wonderful blog! I lived in Washington for 23 years and I am loving your photos. I lived in Skagit and Island counties. From your photo it looks like you may have been to the Skagit Valey Tulip Festival. Since you like hiking, let me suggest a drive to Mt. Baker in late summer. There is a road and hiking trail above the ski area and the view from the top is Magnificent!! You will be above most of the other peaks but pick a sunny non cloudy day because if it’s cloudy you will also be above the clouds. Happy Exploring 🙂

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  9. Hi Iris, Thanks for visiting and following. I enjoyed your blog too. Good to know that you have stayed here for a long time. I have been to the Tulip festival twice and look forward to visit it this April too. 🙂
    I will also note Mt. Baker in my to be visited places this summer. It would be very exciting being above the clouds on a trail 🙂 Will keep exploring!

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  10. Hello Ruchi, like yourself, the Pacific Northwest is my home though i am a little further north than you up here in Vancouver. I thank you for finding my site, and now that I’ve found yours, I’m sure I will be visiting you quite regularly as I already find myself quite interested in your lovely views of the world. So please don’t be a stranger, as you are always welcome here at Vancouver Visions, and I also will be visiting your site on a regular basis. I was thinking just now that if I stepped outside and called your name very loudly, you might even be able to hear me if it weren’t for the traffic noise on my street. Lol. I guess for now I had better stick with the comment section. 😉

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    1. Thank you for dropping by. Glad to know that you liked the world presented by me. Hope to show you more of this beautiful nature. I would like to visit Vancouver and Whistler in a trip from Seattle. I have heard Canada is beautiful 🙂 Looking forward to seeing more of Vancouver from your blog. And yes I may hear a faint call if you take my name from there 😀

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      1. Leaving from Seattle, I figure you are one hour from Vancouver, and maybe two from Whistler. Of course, that depends on how long they keep you at the border these days ;-).

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  11. You just might be right. I could use some fresh pictures from up that way, and I want to see if the border crossing is really as bad as everyone says, or if they’re just exaggerating :-).

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  12. Hi Ting! Thank you for visiting my blog and the follow. It is always fun to connect with fellow travel enthusiasts. I visited your blog too and you have been to many wonderful places. Look forward to know more about your adventures.

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  13. Hey hi ..!!!
    We have met before, if I am not wrong,
    but this is the first time I am on your “About” page officially !! 🙂
    Glad to be in touch,
    and looking forward to read you !!
    and yes, wonderful blog you have here 🙂

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  14. Thank you for visiting my blog. Seattle is indeed beautiful. I am yet to visit the Chihuly exhibit in Seattle though I have seen Chihuly’s work at Tacoma Art Museum and it is wonderful. Feel free to look around and refresh your memories of Seattle 🙂

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  15. Thank you so much for the follow, another blog where I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiments. Travel, the great education and developer. You are warmly welcomed to travel along with me and feel free to comment. Enjoy your week in Seattle or wherever you may be right now. MM🍀

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    1. Thank you MM for your visit here. It fees great to know that you could relate to my blog. I am enjoying the sunny weekend here in Seattle. Hope you are having a good time too.

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      1. On the island of Colonsay where the forecast of 9 hours of rain transformed into sun and wind. Fabulous place with white sandy beaches, single track roads and a hotel with roaring forest. My idea of heaven 😎

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