I’ve been moochdocking in a friend’s driveway for a couple weeks. One of the benefits? Home-grown produce! Traveling full-time and gardening don’t mix well.
Here are the last of the tomatoes, now sitting on a shelf in the kitchen to ripen. They may be small, but they’re tasty.
On the road again 🛣✨
This picture was actually last week, during our unintended Insta-hiatus, as we drove into Asheville. As you can see, the landscape was breathtaking! We caught the tail end of the color and a lot of the leaves fell while we were there. I have so many great pictures from that time that I want to share! May have to put them all in a blog post..
As for today, we're back on the road toward Texas! The drive from Nashville to Austin, I used to make all the time with my brother when we first moved to Nashville 10 years ago. We would crank out the 12 or so hours in one day. Now, with the fam and kiddos, it's gonna take a good four days probably! But it's not about the destination right?? 😜
I say this time and time again, but I truly believe it to my very core - the places you go and the things you do mean nothing without people to share them with. I’m so thankful for the new friends I made while traveling around the great state of Wyoming. It wouldn’t have been the same without you. #wyoming#wyinnov#sponsored#thatswy @visitwyoming
I find it fascinating that you can go from summer to fall in a little over an hour of driving! It was uncomfortably hot in the bus in Phoenix this week after 10 days of perfect weather in Sedona, so we drove up to Prescott and it's full on fall and freezing at night here. I can fully appreciate my favorite season knowing it won't lead to 6 months of winter.
We hit the trail at 5am so we could have this view all to ourselves and avoid the hundreds of people that this mountain attracts every single day. I was curious as to how, when I first travelled Peru 5 yrs ago, I hadn't heard of such a popular trek. Then I found out that up until a few years ago rainbow mountain was completely covered in snow. It's only because of climate change that we see the colours of this mountain today.
Been re-editing some of my pictures from over the summer and remembering the great memories! Going to be putting a few of them on over the next few days.
This one’s from Vintgar Gorge in Bled when me and my friend Max went inter-railing.
NOLA LOVE!! it's not a phrase it's a lifestyle
A friend I met while here was telling me that when she first moved to new Orleans her neighbor came over with fresh poboy bread and gave her some. He said "it's Monday you give food on Mondays", she said it's the lifestyle in NOLA. People take care of one another, it's just what you do. *
More photos of the #royalstregulars to come *
So today we went around with a couple of Royal Enfields. We rode across Kolkata in all directions, saw pretty much all of it. It might not be all joys as her name suggests, but certainly is kind, colourful, but most importantly alive. Atmospheres kept following one another, and breaths kept being taken away. Contrasts are all over the place, but you do feel your heart a lot closer to yourself and open to the world. #indiantales#mastergratitude @inspire.ecoparticipation
My morning routine during this Sprinter van build includes: Waking up early, putting on the most comfy clothes I can find that are usually on my floor from the night before, and going out to the van with a cup of coffee in hand to turn on my little space heater so it's nice and comfy in there when I get things together to start working on it. I'm amazed on how well the Sprinter is coming together after all of the blood, sweat, and ridiculous amount of tears that have gone into it already. I can't wait to call this home.
Finding myself in desperate need of some mountains in my life. I’ve noticed the longer I go without hiking and getting out onto a trail the more upset I get. Hiking has always been my escape from the things in life that tend to bring me down, and I need to find a way to do it way more often than I’m able to now. My happiest day of the last couple of months was when I hiked Franconia ridge in the white mountains, and I need to feel that feeling again of challenging myself to reach views unlike anything I’ve ever seen. (Unrelated photo of summer in Shenandoah) ❤️
Arctic Mountain Abstract Series - Day 8
When I arrived in @visitsvalbard and first started wandering around the town of Longyearbyen I immediately had the idea to do an Arctic Abstract series. This will be a good way to get me to actually finally get through some of my images from June 2016! There will be a series of Arctic series as I have several groups of abstracts that I shot.
Mountains with snow are great for light, dark, shades and shapes.
Oh WOW! What a weekend! I've spent the last two days in the King Valley region as part of the @choice_hotels_au #ChoiceTravelGrammer2017 competition! 20 finalist were sent all over Australia to experience that area and get some great photos. I woke up at 4.30 this morning to get this one from the Winton Wetlands and it was so worth it!
Stay tuned this week for the rest of my snaps and check out the other contestant's experiences via the hashtag!
December 2015, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
I love winter. Some people think it's too cold and dangerous. I experienced the coldest winter of my life in 2015. I didn't complain. I love the white, snow covered ground and trees. I've never seen white trees before nor have I walked in knee-deep snow. Winter is also the time to see people bundling up and looking beautiful with their coats and boots. The quietness when the snow falls is calming and it's the best time to sit and think. It's amazing. All my life I've been living in a country with only sunny and rainy seasons. I'm grateful that I'm able to experience four seasons.
P/s: Malaysia is too hot and humid! 😭