This photo was taken in #KeyLargo . Visiting Florida was a dream. The adventures, the locals, the sunsets, the culture. On this particular evening, there was food, drinks and live music. People walking around talking and some watching the sunset, while others were out playing on the water. Time stood still as we all enjoyed this tiny piece of paradise. 🌅✨ || It's sad to see current photos of the Keys and everything else going on in the world! My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who has encountered the devastation/ natural disasters some of us only have to read about. We are more privileged than we know. #prayforFlorida#prayforTexas#prayforMexico
Our last night in Brookings. Bittersweet. We chance'ically decided to come here, and it turned out to be an unforgettable experience. There's a reason why everyone's walking around with a smile on their face. And it sure is contagious! You Oregonians sure are welcoming.
Reasons why I love Oregon so far:
1. Everyone is SO nice! 🤗
2. Anywhere along the coast is free to explore! (And absolutely breathtaking) 🌊🍃
3. Free hot showers! Yes please. 🚿
4. Their toilet paper doesn't shred into 100 pieces with each tug, and it's not on the verge of giving your ass paper-cuts. (Sorry, I had to!) 😜🚽
5. Dogs everywhere! And they're allowed on the beaches! HEAVEN!!! 🐶🌊
6. The ganj is recreational. 🌿
7. They preserve and take care of their land. As a result, there's so much to explore! Gotta see it allllll! 🌲🍃🌊
8. The littering fine is 6,250 dollhairs. That makes you think twice before throwing your shit on the ground, right?! It better. 🗑
This may be a generalized representation of the state as a whole, but it shall be updated with further exploration 😜👍🏼🍃 ~Taz #LostInTrillium
Guanajuato, Mexico. Exploring this beautiful city by chance. This is one of the best things about travelling, meeting new people and hearing about new places. We would have completely missed this place out if it wasn't for our Mexican friends recommendation. So excited to explore!
It was such an honor to "welcome home" our hero. My Grandpa Don got to be a part of an honor flight to D.C. to tour some of the war memorials dedicated to the wars in which he served. Today we got to be a part of his hero's welcome.
Drove on I84 for the first time today... It could've been much worse, there's still a lot of green. But also a lot of brown and smoke. The worst is between Multnomah Falls and Cascade Locks. Elowah Falls parking lot was roasted, Horsetail (I think that's the one on the old highway? Always forget) is a brown waterfall, the old highway got burnt too, even the moss. The top of Angel's Rest looks burnt to the ground. But Multnomah Falls and the Vista House are ok at least 😅 Anyway, it feels good to drive there again, but hiking will be a different story.