Coasts that are made up of rocks and cliffs are far more beautiful then coasts that are made up of sand in my opinion or I’ve just lived in California for to long. Regardless I completely fell in love with the drive from oregon to northern california down the pacific coast highway. Its an entire area where forest meets ocean and is divided by a small two lane highway, I loved it.
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With 20 mins notice, I found myself heading down to Oregon to watch the solar eclipse (which was amazing). ⠀ Our ride, a 1999 GMC Astro van with over 300,000Km. It was a bit scary, but thankfully we made it down no problem.
Of course, being in Oregon, my friends and I explored some of the amazing waterfalls (like this one).
Shortly after leaving, our worst fears came to. We ran into some car 'issues', breaking down on the side of the road.
Hours went by until FINALLY at 3am, my friends old man showed up with a trailer.
Word of advice, road trips aren't for vehicles made in the 90's.
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Places like this stand out above many others in my memories, not only for it's absolute magnificence, but because of how I stumbled upon it. It was an accident, I had no idea this area was here and I have never seen a photograph of it before. So you can imagine the astonishment I felt seeing it for the first time in person. At the time I'd never been so stoked to hit the shutter.#collecmag
from a smokey morning sunrise to a clear afternoon view of the Golden Gate Bridge🌉
the night before, we drove straight through the horrible wildfires in Santa Rosa not far from San Fransisco. luckily we made it through just before they started closing down the roads into town where we had set up camp for the night in a nearby Walmart. we woke up at 5:30 in the morning ready to head to San Fran for sunrise and were alarmed to see the whole rest of the town had joined us in the parking lot after they had all been evacuated in the middle of the night.
we are sending our love to everyone who was affected💕
Today I wrote a blog post, it has been months. This post comes from 3am while I was having another panic attack. For almost 10 years I've had anxiety and panic attacks in the middle of the night. Here's why. Link in bio
"My hands are still shaking; I still have a cramp in my right leg. Again I am terrified and wide-awake; I don’t know why. I am not late, this I know for certain. It has been two years and 69 days sense I said goodbye to the Navy. But the Navy is with me, those sailors I buried are always with me. The struggle continues."
I wish I can say this is the Canadian Rockies shrouded in morning fog. In reality, this was smoke from forest fires, which ravaged the Pacific Northwest this summer.
I don’t really know what we are doing more of Eating or Walking! but I’m perfectly ok with both ✨ Not quite ready to leave this amazing city but getting pretty excited for the next stop 📍 Any Guesses!? // #europe#gypsyjournals#porto#portugal#traveleurope