To Dance Barefoot in Riverbeds

I recently had the immense pleasure and incredible privilege to see some of the most beautiful, wild landscape of America. My time in each place was short, but I have found myself beyond inspired. Tonight I realized how desperately I … Continue reading

“Never Go On Trips With Anyone You Do Not Love” – Hemingway

Seattle is a gorgeous city – just gritty enough to be a city, just beautiful enough to not make you completely leery and uncomfortable. My visit was short, so I wanted to see the city as a pedestrian. I wanted … Continue reading

The RCL Takes a Look Back and Lays Down Some (Attempted) Wisdom

In honor of “Throwback Thursday” and the fact that I have been thinking about, writing about and rehashing my travel fever, I have decided to share an old journal entry. This was written circa January 2003. I was twenty-two years … Continue reading

“Travel brings power and love back into your life…” – Rumi

I’ve just returned from a journey, a trek, a marvelous goings-on of things and places and people. I traveled nearly 1900 miles from my home with plans only for the first few nights. Houston, Texas–>Seattle, Washington–>Highway 101–>Highway 1–>San Diego. The famed … Continue reading