End the one-extra-day work week on a different continent than the one you call home. Stay in. Sleep. Put on your running gear + your new tech and take to the urban trails. Drink espresso, then explore downtown Seattle’s underground with a guy named Jacob. Have lunch in Occidental square and wish you’d tried the […]
road-tripping through the USA on our way back to NZ in 2013 we drove the avenue of the giants. i remember saying “wow!” a lot. and loved it so much that we stayed in a campground in the Humbolt Redwoods state park, and drove the avenue again the next day.
1 // there: “only you stopping you” my wise (in more than name) husband says to me. so i go. my porch room overlooks the lake and i wake early in the morning to swim. elizabeth tells me she will always remember the moment she saw me speak of it – my eyes were glittering […]
seems for seattle, as much as anywhere else, i wandered a lot without making many photographs. so, when it came to showing you some of what we saw, there wasn’t much to show!
+++ crater lake and deception pass were both so awesome they deserve their own entry but a lot of my photos are on film and still waiting to be developed so there’s not much to show you. these should give you some idea of the level of amazing. we also took another drive along the oregon […]
I’m more than a month behind with what I wanted to say here. And there’s things happening now that I want to write about, except there’s a blockage: It’s the I5 North. It’s also the rest of our travels in the USA, Seattle, the meltdown I had at LAX before we boarded the plane to […]
I came to the ocean to heal, but found an ocean that needed healing. Like many people, I walked with blinders on, past the garbage, wanting to only see the ocean’s beauty. When I finally stopped and really saw the debris on the beach, my heart and mind opened to the problem. I researched the […]