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I don't care how long it takes me, but I'm going somewhere beautiful❤ Taking Swiftie along the ride 🚗 || #afashiontaste#suzukiswift
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Our travels this year seem to push us in the direction of wildfires and the areas that have been hit the hardest this year.
Our first experience with 2018 wildfires was while we were in Glacier National Park and a wildfire was started by a lightning storm. We then headed north to Alberta, Canada which was heavily affected by the numerous wildfires across British Colombia—we called our time in Canada off due to the smoke lingering for so long and our inability to safely explore.
We left San Francisco this morning. While the air quality is still not great, we had about an hour of clearer air (by clearer air I mean we could at least see the bridge and the city across the bay). Our thoughts and hearts are with everyone affected by the fires here in California as well as the rest of the 2018 wildfires in North America 💚
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Oh just take a look at this!
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Somewhere in between Devon and Cornwall when we were desperate for caffeine and a wee 👆🏼☕️
Taking major freelancer liberties and spending the week in the country with some gorgeous friends in their log cabin. We’ve removed the spare tire from the car and filled the hold with wine. So that’s my errrr...office for the week. 🌲
I definitely looked a little crazy stumbling around all of the art museums but you can’t say I didn’t warn you.
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Nascer do sol do Oceano Indico e o por do sol do Oceano Atlântico! Duas das experiencias mais incríveis da minha vida.
“E assim é a vida, cheia de ciclos. O sol nasce, traz a energia, traz coisas boas, pensamentos positivos. Mas, uma hora se esconde e entramos na escuridão, nos momentos difíceis, nos pensamentos negativos. Mas a noite passa e o sol nasce novamente”
Driving through Arkansas and Oklahoma today with the East Coast in my rear view mirror. The first leg of my road trip is behind me filled with memories of beautiful hikes, cold nights camping in the Appalachian mountains, scenic drives,a very rainy Blue Ridge parkway, endless good beer in Asheville, days on the beach in Georgia, and many beautiful human beings. Stay tuned for more adventures, new beers, and some cool rocks. Now onto Utah✌🏻
We drove through an incredible series of storms in Nebraska this summer.
Dark skies, torrential rains, 60mph+ winds, two tornadoes.
The skies were dark for 7 hours.
At one point, light appeared up ahead. We could see that there was an end in sight.
That opening seemed minutes away. With each turn of the highway, I expected the clouds to be in my rear view and see nothing but bright skies and daylight.
As we drove across these plains, we could see for 50 miles to our left and right and, probably 100 miles in our rear view mirror — almost complete darkness.
Black skies. Storms raging.
Still we saw hope up ahead.
When I took this picture, we were still over two hours away from the clearing.
We could see it, but we weren’t there yet.
As we drove and drove, it felt like we’d never reach that light.
It seemed so close, but was so far away. It was discouraging, and somewhat confusing, when as we traveled at 80mph (the legal speed limit!) we didn’t seem to be making any progress.
Still we knew we were heading in the right direction and that we’d get there eventually if we kept going.
As it turned out, it was early evening by the time we reached that clearing — we got there just in time for the very end of a beautiful sunset.
Just in time for 10 more hours of darkness.
I couldn’t help but walk away with an important truth of life from that experience. Our circumstances and surroundings played tricks on us. Our perceptions were off. What we “knew” from our previous life’s experiences didn’t apply to this new situation.
If I travel that road again, my expectations will better ground in reality. The knowledge I gained through experience, opened my eyes to better understand and process circumstances that seemed to be familiar, but were very different.
The lesson reinforced through this experience is that the knowledge we’ve accumulated throughout our life, invaluable as it is to our existence, can be an impediment to our survival in other circumstances.
And while our life’s experiences often contain universal truths, they aren’t the same as what others have lived. We must all remember that to better understand each other.
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Mandarins. You didn’t think we completely forgot about our local farms did you? Now we just have to strategically hit them up when we can, like this organic farm stand on the way down the mountain. Easy off the freeway stop for all you local people #organic#mountainmandarins#farm