This pristine river runs right through the city.
A roadside stop at the Oregon Coast is a charming throwback to convenience stores of yesteryear.
Notes from a beach weekend.
Dogs + the beach + fresh crab in the dunes!
Wish you were here! xoR
Hello, Anthony here. Happy New Year! found this compass in the basement of the Minneapolis Avenue house and it seemed like a fitting icon for the adventure we are on. The sense of direction even when things seem sometimes directionless. I love knowing that the future can have firm roots in the past. I can’t … Read More
Spent some time rummaging through the bookshelves at the cabin and came across these little numbers.
The other night, my aunt and uncle invited us for dinner and a fire out at the farm. We sat at the picnic table overlooking fields of corn, ate deviled eggs made with the neighbor’s eggs, chili, and homemade apple pie (which made my efforts from the other day very sad in comparison). At dusk, … Read More
We had a conversation about fields the other day because hey I’m still roaming these parts that I grew up in and in these parts fields are everywhere. The conversation got me thinking about a lot of things pertaining to fields and open spaces and what’s on the other side of open spaces and how … Read More
by Rebecca Anthony came into my world with an Oympus XA in his back pocket. It is a point-and-shoot film camera, with which he is adept at capturing magical moments in a sneaky fashion. It is also a camera that my dad had when I was growing up. He let me use (read: take over) … Read More
I may have mentioned this before, but we visited the North Shore of Lake Superior on a regular basis, multiple times a year, as I was growing up. It is a place that has shaped a lot of who I am. And so I go there often in my mind, wherever I may be in … Read More
Santa Fe Hate to go.