The last vacation my family shared was a trip to Munich eight years ago. I was 15, my brother was 17, and although we had a great time most of what I can remember was the stress. After graduating college and finding a new groove as a family, I dont know if there could have … Continue reading Cruising the San Juan Islands
You have probably seen this campground before in a 60 second video on Facebook. If you haven't seen it there, perhaps you've seen it on a travel blog or magazine or instagram. Havasupai is hyped up, no question. Is it worth it? Yes. Me and five of my best buds headed out to Arizona for … Continue reading Havasupai Happened!
If you have read Barbarian Days by William Finnegan you will have read about the neighborhood of Diamond Head, East of Waikiki, shaded by a small crater and a short distance, but it seems as if it is a lifetime away from the tacky shops and sweaty tourists. Diamond Head is where my best friend's family … Continue reading Belated Oahu Adventure Summary
My 2018 started in the best way possible: camping. One of my best remaining hometown friends, Cailin, and I have an affinity for camping, talking, and good food. I mean what more do you need?? Here are some reflections on our time in Joshua Tree Don't go in the main entrance if you're trying to … Continue reading Joshua Tree w/ Cailin
I am a college fanatic. I am also somehow a senior, and it feels like I am asked amidst every day if I have some general advice. To be honest, I could talk all day, but I do have some tips that I didn't really hear as a freshman. All of these things have been … Continue reading College advice you haven’t heard 100 times already
I took this picture with my GoPro at the end of August off the island of Langkawi on a scuba diving trip. I think it describes the first 1/3 of my senior year perfectly. It may make no sense- but I'd like to look back on this someday, so I'll share anyways. First of all, … Continue reading Senior Year is like a broken scuba tank in Malaysia
*How has it already been half a quarter?? I have been behind on almost everything social media related (not a bad thing) including this blog. To be honest, I'm not feeling as inspired to write about myself and my 'journey' as I was this summer, so I debated not putting any more personal stories or … Continue reading Eastern Sierra Shenanigans