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So, I moved to Los Angeles

Hey Everybody! If you noticed that I've been MIA, it's because I've been overwhelmed (in a good way) with readjusting my life in Los Angeles. Guys, I AM SO THRILLED TO BE in SoCal, you can't even imagine! This move was a long time coming and there were moments leading up to it that freaked me out, BUT I am SO grateful I did it because I'm only 2.5 weeks in to my new surroundings and I'm already loving every second. For those of you who are still with me, thanks for sticking around. I told you I'd be back…
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Kayaking the Rio Grande

I recently checked off a bucket list adventure with some cool peeps I met at work, Franchesca & Kyle. We kayaked 20 miles of the Rio Grande in a span of 5.5 hours; from Algodones to Alameda, and, boy, was it a great way to see how life works on this remarkable stretch of the 5th longest river in North America. We got a little sunburnt (with the exception of Franchesca), despite our efforts to lather up best we could with SPF 60, ate shnacks, and laughed our butts off at this so-called thing “life”. Welp, I hope this travelogue…
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El Rancho de las Golondrinas

A retelling of the fascinating histories of El Rancho De Las Golondrinas outdoor living history museum
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El Zapatero de Nob Hill

Roberto Robledo is an immigrant artisan boot maker living in New Mexico who has built his life and career from humble beginnings. This is his story.
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The Mechanical Rhythm of Sandia Speedway

I enjoyed a day at the Sandia Speedway with my uncle and learned about cruiser and sprint car racing culture
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Fish & Owl Canyon Loop at Bears Ears National Monument, Utah

Sandstone bluff canyon of Fish & Owl Canyon Loop The astonishingly beautiful Bears Ears National Monument is located in Southeast Utah and - wow - has been in the media A LOT as of late. There are many tremendous worries about its future due to current politics which is why my husband and I decided to visit on 1 September. Our plans involved an ambitious three-day hike traversing Fish & Owl Canyon Loop Trail and - wow - was it unbelievably challenging and unforgettable. Overlook of Bears Ears National Monument from the trail When we climbed the massive plateau to Bears Ears by car, we were…
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Weekend Splendor at Rim Vista Trail & Ghost Ranch, New Mexico

I hiked the most scenic trail in New Mexico - Rim Vista Trail and finished the day by catching the gold and blue hours at Chimney Rock, Ghost Ranch.
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Chicago’s History Museum and Downtown Architectural Monuments

Things I learned at the Chicago History Museum and from downtown architectural monuments
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