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where do you wander?

Travel is a growing part of this generation’s lifestyle. It isn’t a retirement goal or an unattainable dream, it’s a part of our lives. We understand that there is too much to see and experience while we are still young to sacrifice it for our work lives. In fact, it’s so important that we’ve been able to incorporate it into our work as bloggers, writers, or experience curators in the travel and lifestyle industry that has a continuously growing umbrella.

This is where we share those experiences with you as wanderers.

 

 
Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

The desert

The desert that makes me feel calm. It provides an inner peace that I can’t find anywhere else. Perhaps others find it by the ocean or on a fishing boat, but mine seems to come from where I can see the sky for miles and the air smells like dust, dirt, sun…it’s something you actually can’t quite put your finger on. From Tucson to Taos, Joshua Tree to the Chihuahuan, the desert comes in so many forms. Here are some favorites from my travels to the deserts of the US, where serenity and beauty collide into a faded color story and stargazing hush.

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

Palm Desert

Palm Desert

Marfa

Marfa

Abiquiu

Abiquiu

Taos

Taos

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

Rimrock Ranch, Pioneer Town

Rimrock Ranch, Pioneer Town

Marfa

Marfa

Abiquiu

Abiquiu

Taos - In the same spot, just a season later.

Taos - In the same spot, just a season later.