Sometimes life happens and we need to make adjustments to the best-laid plans. I had been looking forward to our visit to San Fran since the day we booked it in lieu of Valentine’s Day gifts. Three days in one of my favorite cities, I couldn’t wait! Because of other more pressing life events, we had to leave later than planned and return earlier, reducing our trip to 36 hours. Add in some rain and some very soaked shoes, Justin and I still had a great time exploring. I’m by no means a San Fransisco expert, but after a few visits to this great city I’ve learned a thing or two.
When on the road, your camera isn’t always in a convenient spot to take a photo. Sometimes the most beautiful moments happen unexpectedly. It’s hard to pass up an opportunity for a great capture and camera phones can be a way to still get the photo.
I was fortunate recently to travel along the Oregon Coast by way of Gold Beach. It was cold, wet, overcast, and wonderfully beautiful.
Sedona, Arizona, is a place unto itself. Located about two hours northwest of Phoenix and thirty minutes south of Flagstaff, Sedona is uniquely situated as a tourist destination.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is a place of wonder. The redwoods are incredibly beautiful and awe inspiring. A religious like reverence comes over you when you first see them. Justin and I visited my brother in Ashland, Oregon, this past fall and had the opportunity to explore Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.