We celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge here in the Bay Area (May 27th) with the most spectacular fireworks display I have ever seen! I hesitated about putting these up… Continue reading
And so we did! Last Fall, we had a marvelous time traipsing through the woods and up the mountains to an icy high alpine lake where we could truly be alone in the… Continue reading
Forget the fur, we’re all about the color! We definitely stood out with our neon jackets in this fancy town, but we had a blast whilst incredibly warm. We discussed hijacking the van… Continue reading
A fresh fluffy layer will do wonders for anything, especially an amazing ski town like Aspen. 18 inches of snow in 2 days equals beautification of the city and magic on a mountain… Continue reading
The Ashcroft settlement was founded in 1879, home to silver prospectors and ladies of loose morals alike… At an elevation of 9500ft we hiked out to the Pine Creek Cook House and after… Continue reading
We have been praying for snow but to no avail, Lake Tahoe has had a rough season, only beautiful sunny weather, which I suppose is nothing to complain about. Our prayers were finally… Continue reading
A rainy day at Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands.
Went for a hike today over the rainbow tunnel in the Marin Headlands. What a treat; gorgeous views, fresh, warm February air and sweet sunshine.
This is Wolfi, our neighbors dog. He lives on Sonjia, the beautiful Choey Lee docked just ahead of Cavalo. Wolfi wanders the docks by day and sleeps on the bow of his boat… Continue reading
Big Sur holds many treasures tucked away in its mysterious, majestic mountains. On your first drive through the winding road it seems very desolate, nearly abandoned. All you feel is the heart throb… Continue reading
My dear friend Morgan was visiting today from Los Angeles. It was a gorgeous warm day in Sausalito, and we decided to take a drive North to Point Reyes for some yummy Hog… Continue reading
Here’s to enjoying your Sunday whether you are at the beach, or at work just dreaming of being there.
There is nothing like a spontaneous escape up the coast to Point Reyes. Travel past the rugged coastline and stop in the tiny town with a big personality for a mellow surf (Bolinas).… Continue reading
The Salton Sea – One word comes to mind: eerie I had heard that this was a visually interesting place to visit while I was attending photography school and have since wanted to… Continue reading
Old roadside infrastructure left to the dust.
This National Park rivals the White Sands as far as awe-inspiring landscapes go. Joshua Tree may very well be my favorite place to camp out of all the parks I’ve camped at growing… Continue reading
After leaving the Grand Canyon, in desperate search of some body of water to refresh ourselves in, we turned to our loyal friend Road Atlas for help. The next major destination on our… Continue reading