It is finally here!!!
Now, I am no video guru, but I put together a little something from my South West trip. I am really excited to share it with you all!
We had such a fun time on this trip and we were so lucky and blessed that it went so perfect and smooth. I had a lot of fun putting all of our cottage together for this, and I hope you enjoy it just as much as I do!
The Zion section is last, and unfortunately we only stayed in Zion for the night so I wasn’t able to capture what I wanted. BUT. We are currently planning a Zion trip for August! So, I am super excited. If you have been to Zion, drop down in the comments your favorite places to stay, hikes, places to eat, etc. I want to know it all!
I hope you all enjoy!
“the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars”
While traveling, I try not to be biased and pick a ‘favorite’ thing because I want to make sure I am constantly feeling all of it. However, IF I *had* to pick a favorite day, it was definitely our adventure down into Antelope Canyon and walking the edge of Horseshoe Bend.
Picking up where I left off. Sedona. Red Rocks. Good food & sunsets.
Did I mention pink jeeps?
wan | der | lust
a strong desire to travel.
Sometimes you need to slow down. Sometimes you just need to pack up an go. Sometimes, it is both; and that is exactly what we did.
I am so beyond excited to share with you all our little South West adventure. I cannot do the awestruck and immense beauty of the sights we saw, but I am going to try! You can follow me through the next few installments for a daily adventure and photo diary. At the end, I am going to share with you our little video of our adventures as well.
I remember going to the Drive-In Movie Theater as a little kid and the excitement I would get was unreal. My family and neighbors would pack into the cars and head down the street to one of the last standing drive-ins, The Westminster Hi-Way 39 Drive-In. What a time it was to be alive. To see classics and new favorites on the big, glowing screen was something magical. Unfortunately, drive-in movie theaters are few and far between, but those of us that were lucky enough to experience them have nothing but the fondest of memories.
Thanks to Hotel Irvine, I was brought back to my childhood this past weekend. Hotel Irvine, a lifestyle hotel in Orange County, is hosting a summer series: Movie Nights in the Backyard. This weekend, I ditched the couch, and chose a cozy blanket under the stars.