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There are some things that happen with ease, and others that well, don't. Earlier this year, we hopped in the jeep and drove from the Northern California redwoods to the desert plains of Joshua Tree. To say that obstacles were thrown our way, would simply be an understatement...Read More
If we had had the energy at the time, and it wasn't so hot and dusty, we would probably have kissed the very ground Bonnaroo is held on. After our eventful Craigslist-orchestrated journey, we were honestly surprised we had made it and were in one piece, but we were ready for Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. The real question at hand: was Bonnaroo ready for us?..Read More
Oh Bonnaroo. Where do we even begin?
Perhaps we should start this story by saying that until exactly 3 days prior to the festival, we had absolutely no idea we were going to be attending. We had every intention of staying in New York and spending the weekend at Northside Festival until we received a group Facebook message from our London landlord that said, simply, "Bonnaroo?"...Read More
Oh, the magic of Craigslist. If there is one website that I use on a regular/daily basis, it is this delightful smorgasbord of... everything. I'm only half joking about using it every day. I have my own log-in. My phone and email inbox are filled with more Craigslist-related chains than anything else. I still get phone calls every now and then for ads I thought I had long-since deleted...Read More
I've met some pretty wonderful people on my travels, often in the strangest ways. One in particular was when I was desperately trying to make my way from the public transport nightmare that calls itself LA to Joshua Tree National Park to go camping with a friend...Read More