Whether past fun trips were modest and nearby, perhaps visiting relatives, or to legendary, exotic Timbuktu in Mali, Africa, there are usually accumulated photos, in hard copy or online, as well as ephemera that rekindle joy and adventure.

My husband and I recently spent about eight weeks, working daily, to organize hard-copy travel photos from 1993 to present day. The photos were stored in cardboard boxes and on table tops as the classic “we’ll get around to this” task that we never got around to — perhaps because we were too busy planning and taking more trips.

Janice Law is a columnist for The Daily News. Have a travel question? Email judgejanicelaw@yahoo.com.


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