It has been over a month since I was in New Mexico. I am currently about to land in Iceland. My entire 2018 American Road Trip ended about ten days ago. After New Mexico I spent about 2 weeks in Texas. I went north to Oklahoma and through Arkansas to Mississippi and stay in the […]Read more
Part III ends my time in Arizona, the last stop being the Grand Canyon. I also visited Page and Sedona in Part 1 and 2- links in post.Read more
Arizona Part2 is a recap of my time in Sedona- a mecca for hikers! My dad tagged along on this leg of my trip and we spent our days on the sandstone.Read more
Arizona Part 1 is a short journal diary about my time exploring Page before my dad arives. Part 2 and 3 are of time spent in Sedona and the Grand Canyon.Read more
Heading back East. I stop in Utah, for the second time, to visit the Southwest region with 2 more National Parks: Bryce Canyon and Zion.Read more
Nevada- a land full of fun. I visit Lake Tahoe during the sleepy season, take a detour to Death Valley and spend Halloween in Las Vegas.Read more
I wrap up my visit in California with 2 more National Parks and a visit to the Eastern Sierras/ Mammoth. I venture beyond barriers and find solitude among mountains, almost die, and find serenity under the milky way grounded in a hot spring. Oh! and I get inspired for my 3rd tattoo (which I get later in TX).
This is my second time to CA and my focus is on NorCal. I return in 2019 and focus on the South.
After researching multiple reputable sources to include: The New York Times, DW, The Washington Post, BBC, The Carbonbrief organization, and GreenPeace International, I have collected information to share the COVID-19 impact on our climate crisis. While it is a short term positive effect, it is not a solution… CLEARLY. Still, there are some learning points we can take away from this pandemic. Before labeling me an optimist- read the post!Read more
As a solo traveller, it’s easy to adjust to whatever life throws at you- even a Pandemic. And as someone who travels to places far from home, social distancing seems pretty normal- not by intention but as a result of the circumstances. I’m not complaining- I’m here to help those who are stuggling with Social Distancing during the Coronavirus, to help contain COVID19 on a social aspect.Read more
After going on an ‘everyday’, nothing out of the ordinary, hike I feel a sense of pride. I notice my growth and the importance of challenging myself physically and beyond to grow. Life isn’t meant to be stagnant.Read more