Where We Are in 30 Seconds! – (Shenandoah National Park)

The drive up the east coast was fast-paced. We drove through familiar cities, saw familiar faces, and drove on familiar interstate highways. Nostalgia washed over us as we drove through the rolling Appalachian Mountains, in and through Asheville, and up into Virginia toward Natalie’s old stomping ground of Harrisonburg. Calling these hills mountains seemed like a joke … Continue reading

VIDEO: A Holiday in Seward

Not having any family nearby to celebrate the holidays with (and wanting to escape the Christmas celebration at the place we’re staying), we decided to embark on a solstice adventure of our own.  We drove 2 and some hours down to Seward, a small town of 3,000 people located on Resurrection Bay.  Our Bed & … Continue reading

Chasing the Moon (Fairbanks, Part 1)

We woke up early this morning.  5:30…ish. In the fluster of early morning we found our way to 6:45 quickly.  The 6+ hour drive to Fairbanks started with a fwap! fwap! FWAP! FWAP! “Is that your tire?!” asked Natalie, as she paused the ipod. “Lebanese Girl’ came to a saddening silence, until I too heard … Continue reading

The Cordillera Blanca

From Lima we traveled deep into the mountains for what would come to be a very intense week of death defying bus rides, 4 am cliffs hiking, eating solar cooked foods at an ecolodge, tunneling inside 4000 year old ruins, fighting altitude sickness at nearly 20,000 feet above sea level, and drinking Shara Shara tea … Continue reading

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