I have also 'pinned' lots of travel photos. Most of them are not mine. The great majority of my travel photos are in one on two places: hundreds, upon hundreds of slides on boxes or in photo albums.
Those in albums I can scan and post and I do intend to do that.
The slides are an entirely different matter. For those I need to sit down and go through them with the projector. I look at the boxes, and assuming there is still an image visible, the task seems daunting. And then I need to have them transferred to digital media and I am not sure it is worth the cost.
My solution has been to look at pictures on Pinterest and 'repin' those that others have taken. I have been thinking that unless I am going to be in the photo, which rarely happens, I really do not need my camera anymore.
Need a picture of Rockefeller Center or Acadia National Park? Just search for it. I even found pictures taken in Budapest, Hungary that are 1000% greater than any I took when I was there.
Searching Pinterest is kind of a mindless thing I can do during commercial breaks while watching TV. I am truly enjoying this. There are things about the digital and technological age that I really appreciate.