Appalachian Road Trip: A Photo Journal

We had only enough time to unpack from our trip to Portland when Jaclyn suggested we rent a van and drive to North Carolina for the High Point Furniture Market. The HP Furniture Market is this sort of Mecca for designers and business owners to network, check out manufacturers, and get in on the know. … Continue reading Appalachian Road Trip: A Photo Journal

The City of Roses Part II: Sights

With Portland's philosophical temperament, insane amount of breweries (something like 71) , and solid, mellow vibes it's hard to break away from the inner city. Yet, when you manage to, the surrounding areas contain an abundance of natural beauty. Moving away from the bells and whistles of city life, the call of the wild echoes from … Continue reading The City of Roses Part II: Sights

On The Road: Appalachia

If you're reading this, it means i'm currently on the road. Somewhere, out there, rummaging through the idiosyncrasies of our world to bring back and share with you. This week, it's a road trip to the city of High Point, NC where i'm following Jaclyn to the furniture market. While her mission is that of … Continue reading On The Road: Appalachia

An Apology in Photographs

I'm always happy to return home after a vacation. Whether months abroad or a week in South Texas, i'm forever eager to return to my adopted homeland of Kansas City, Missouri. Don't get me wrong I thrive in alien lands and obsess over travel. But it doesn't get much better than being in my tiny apartment … Continue reading An Apology in Photographs

The Holy Gorge of Agiofarago on the Island of Crete

It was our second day on Crete when Jaclyn and I set out for Agiofarago, the "Gorge of Saints", which is a rugged 40km (24 miles) from our ecolodge, Eleonas.  With our crude directions and wrong turns we came to the end of the road. No signage, no markers, just an infinity of brush and Cretan terrain … Continue reading The Holy Gorge of Agiofarago on the Island of Crete