Whenever I travel back to the Pacific Northwest, life gets stripped down. My love for beer and food get placed aside. That little campfire inside me that longs to explore turns into a wild brushfire and I am not content until I am engulfed by trees. Once I am there, I don’t want to leave.… Continue reading Road Trip | Day 6 No Beer, No Food, Just Trees.
Although I could barely manage to see my surroundings, every now and then I could see the silhouette of the redwoods towering over me and that alone made me feel safe, protected, and content. This trip has been full of clouds and rain preventing Mat and I from camping in the redwood forest, but not… Continue reading Road Trip | Day 2 #MJWINGINIT
In a few hours, 5 a.m. to be exact, my roommate and I shall load up his Subaru with some camping gear and my cat to and make our way to the redwoods in Humboldt. Good times. Good adventures. Be prepared. The last stretch of 2014 is coming to an end and what better way… Continue reading The Final Adventure of The Year| Road Trip
Forget the Batcave, the Ice Caves will be the only thing that comes to mind when you hear the word cave. In the upper left corner of the U.S. lies America’s best kept secret, the Pacific Northwest. Hidden behind the reputation of a supposed 24/7 rainfall lies the abundance of earth’s natural wonders. Just ninety minutes north of… Continue reading To the Ice Caves!
Read the article Why You Should Travel Young. It’s written well and inspiring! I got hooked when Jeff Goins wrote: One of the young women brought up a question. “Do you think I should go to graduate school or move to Africa?” I don’t think she was talking to me. In fact, I’m pretty sure she… Continue reading “I will always be an adventurer”