below is a slideshow i threw together of some of my favorite pictures throughout the trip. enjoy! songs are: Big Sky (Armin van Buuren’s Intro Edit) [feat. Audrey Gallagher] — by John O-Callaghan Years (feat. Matthew Koma) [Vocal Extended Mix] — by AlessoRead more "Fall 2013 Road Trip Summary Slideshow"
my journey to utah was very nice — good weather and scenic roads (i HIGHLY recommend u.s. 89 for anybody that has a chance to drive it). i got up early the next morning to catch the famed bryce canyon sunrise, and it didn’t disappoint. without having a chance to scope out the park first, i […]Read more "Days 8 through 12 — Rain"
maybe it’s because i had been driving all day and was a little loopy. maybe i was feeling a little lonely since i haven’t been talking to many people the past few days. or maybe i was just feeling a little bored at the time. regardless of the reason, as i coasted down a highway […]Read more "Days 5, 6, and 7 — “Whoa”"
after heading out of the great falls starbucks last night, i drove back to the many glacier lodge and crashed in their parking lot for the night. i had paused a few times to try to take pictures of the stars, so by the time i got back to the park it was a little […]Read more "Day 4 — Macro"
well, a lot has happened already keegan and i drove a little over 24 hours straight to get to glacier. we only paused long enough to wolf down some food or take some pictures — thankfully there was no pausing for police officers. our stamina was rewarded as middle-of-nowhere, MT offered some incredibly vast skies […]Read more "Days 1, 2, and 3 — Give it the Beans"
i’ve been employed for a little over a year now, and i’ve barely used any of my PTO (one of many acronyms i’ve had to grow accustomed to over the past 13 months), so i’m going on a trip. 2 weeks. something like 4500 miles. twin cities. glacier. yellowstone. tetons. bryce canyon. canyonlands. arches. rocky […]Read more "Day 0 — I Need a Vacation"
i’m at an interesting stage in my life. the structure of my youth — the schedules, the classes, the hierarchical progression from one grade to the next, from one school to the next — is gone. i’ve been thrust from this cozy nest with a soothing security blanket into a cold, unforgiving world. it’s frightening. […]Read more "On Fitzroy’s Ship"