In case you are not aware, I grew up in Arizona. My desert upbringing familiarized me with various shapes and sizes of cacti, the different textures of each of the mountain ranges that completely encircled my hometown, and, as I often bemoaned, the color brown. Every flight I took, primarily in those angst-filled preteen years, I would … More a conversation about color
Scott recently purchased an old Jeep and we finally had a long weekend free to test it out on the road. It really shouldn’t come as a surprise that we ran into a few issues. Did you know that old Jeeps can run on gas OR propane? And that there is a tiny switch that changes what fuel … More zen and the art of jeep maintenance
I hope you guys like horse pictures. These are all from Farm Mor Por and Mirasierra up in Khao Yai, my new favorite thing about my favorite place.
The last week of my America trip was spent wandering up the central coast of California with Joey. He took a break from Jazzfest to meet me in L.A., rent a convertible, and drive north with really nothing planned. We left L.A. in the afternoon, pulling over abruptly for tiny farmers markets with their portly, … More coastal cliffs, a camaro, and a campfire