Tag Archive: travel

Big Sur

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

Galaxy Leggings, Fog & Oysters.

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

Dreams of Sun, Sand & Saltwater

Here’s to enjoying your Sunday whether you are at the beach, or at work just dreaming of being there.

Backyard Venturing

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. ¬†Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in… Continue reading

The Abandoned City

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

Joshua Tree

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

Little pieces of Americana

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

The Grandest Canyon

Hiking downhill for 2 miles means you have to hike uphill for an eternity! Perhaps I’m exaggerating just a tad, but really, the hike back up the canyon was intense; the views were… Continue reading

Are we there yet?

Drive by landscapes taken on the way to the South Rim entrance of the Grand Canyon, AZ.  

Texas in Spring

Stop and basque in the sprawling fields of wildflowers, jump in the cool and refreshing river, explore abandoned buildings and enjoy the open road in search of nothing but exciting experiences, new landscapes… Continue reading

Back-roadin’ along the bayou

Some of my favorite driving was done along the Bayou in Mississippi. We succeeded in drifting far enough away from the main highways and wandered through the curving, narrow roads that lined the… Continue reading

The Gulf Coast

From sunrise to sunset Oh lovely ocean! It has only been a week since I have swam in your waters but I feel as if it’s been an eternity… I don’t think I… Continue reading