WWOOFING at Hacienda Luz de Corazon Days are quiet on the farm. awake to the sunrise. swing out of the hammock. stretch & outta the yome. light up the kitchen stove. heat up the water. pour over the coffee sock. feed the 6 dogs in order…Woo-Chin-Chee first, then Gordo, Krishna, Buddyyy, and then Eve&Lily. […]Read more "Off the Grid Farm Living in Costa Rica"
I shot this roll of film last year in Humboldt, Oregon, and Washington D.C. It’s the first time I got a black and white developed and I enjoyed how most of the pictures turned out even though it was overcast on most shots. I will definitely want to try this film again on days when […]Read more "B&W in Town, Coast, & Snow"
The best part about camping is waking up to the morning crisp air and not rushing to get started with your day. And rather than waking up to a humanized alarm clock, you wake up to the sun and tune in with the earth. It feels good. Camping is also nice because you spend time […]Read more "Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park Base Camp"
200 miles up the Pacific North Coast. Arcata, CA to Humbug Mountain in Oregon. 3 days. Drive. Surf. Camp.Read more "Solo Trip to Oregon Coast"
It’s easy to forget the simple pleasures we can enjoy. Being stoked from finding an awesome campsite along a trail. Sitting on the dirt to soak in a view. Throwing rocks off the edge of a cliff. Having good company and gathering by a fire. Sleeping in a tent and waking up to the snow. […]Read more "Mountaintop Camping"
I arrived at Elk Prairie Campground in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. I drove around scanning which site I wanted to stay in. All the sites in the loop were available except for one. There were many sites to choose from and I felt like I was choosing a home in a neighborhood. I had […]Read more "Camping in the Forest"
Before going on this trip, Big Sur was at the top of my list for weekend trips. I’ve been eager to go since reading The Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac a couple years back. After some research, I found that November is the best time of the year to go to Big Sur because it’s not […]Read more "Road Trip to Big Sur"