So every good mariner must name his ship. Ours happens to be a travel trailer, but no less significant in its ability to offer us the freedom we need to see this continent at our own pace and the stability our puppies need in their golden years. We do a lot of traveling and lately,… Continue reading I Bought My Dogs A House.
I’ve been slightly invisible lately, a combination of verybusynotenoughtimeintheday and a lack-of-travel-plans fugue. fugue fyo͞oɡ/ noun plural noun: fugues ..a state or period of loss of awareness of one’s identity, often coupled with flight from one’s usual environment, associated with certain forms of hysteria… I’ve spend what spare time I have combing the internet for… Continue reading Girl úr landinu norður frá…
First – and of utmost importance from one photographer to another – the photos in this post are those of the incredibly talented photographer, Casey Reynolds. That said: I love to camp. Not structured-campsite camping but what I grew up calling “kamikaze camping.” It’s simple, just take a backpack and go. Follow trails, lose sight… Continue reading Photographer’s Dream
Wait for it… …aaaaand there it is. Still in Whole30 Day 1. Hit-a-wall tired and headache. It’s going to be a long week. I would give anything to smash my face into a cake right now. So, I give you the best type of distraction – dream travel. You already know how I feel about the… Continue reading Cake and Morocco.
I have been lucky enough to put quite a few pins in my world travel map and that wanderlust has fueled me for many, many years. I never thought I would want to see the same thing twice when there is so much of the world to see, but Scotland… I went back a second… Continue reading Dashboard: Scotland