For the first time in as long as I can remember I was having a bad allergic reaction to, I’m guessing, all the pollen in the air. So when we arrived on April 6th in Gig Harbor, Washington, just outside of Tacoma, I went straight to bed for an hour long nap. I woke up feeling a bit better, but… Read more →
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Arizona – Pleasantly surprised.
Our first stop in Arizona was at the Native American Baha’i Institute (NABI) in the Navajo Nation. We only got to spend one night there, but it was a wonderful night spent with some locals, staff at NABI, and a group of university students from Salt Lake, Utah. As soon as we arrived we joined a few friends for sunset… Read more →
Durango, Colorado – Finally some mountains!
Gustaff and I made a short stop for dinner in Santa Fe, New Mexico before heading up north to Colorado. We didn’t have a whole lot of time, but I got to have a brief look at Santa Fe’s downtown and it’s Latin influence. For dinner I had a beef burrito with really spicy green chili. It was delicious! As the… Read more →
Hutchinson – The Dirty Little Spoons reunion.
Gustaff and I arrived in Hutchinson, Kansas just after 10 pm on Saturday, March 5th. With uncontrollable excitement Maggie and Adam greeted us outside of their cozy little home. After meeting this vibrant couple in Key West two years ago, they declared Baha’i, got married, and migrated to Washington State to learn how to farm. From there they moved back to… Read more →
Oklahoma is OK – The road-trip continues.
Before heading to Oklahoma we had a short, luxurious and relaxing stay in the Dallas Metro area. It was nice to have a bit of a break for a couple days, but still getting to meet with friends and see a bit of the city. We left towards Oklahoma on Thursday, March 3rd, planning to make a stop or two… Read more →
Austin – Splitting up, but making it work!
Around the middle of the week Gustaff had noticed a mistake we had made while booking our shows in Austin and Tyler, Texas. We had unfortunately doubled booked Friday, February 26. Our only way around this was for one of us to play in Tyler and the other in Austin. Therefore at 7:30 in the morning on the 26th Gustaff and I… Read more →
San Antonio – Our longest stay yet.
We arrived in San Antonio the evening of Sunday, February 21st to a home cooked meal and a luxury suite equipped with a giant bathtub (which I took advantage of every night). Day one in San Antonio was pretty laid back. Our main event of the day was performing at a children’s center in an apartment complex full of refugees… Read more →
Next stop Missouri City, Texas.
With a long day of driving ahead of us Gustaff and I said goodbye to the sunrise and set off from Pensacola Beach, Florida around 7:30 am on Friday, February 19th towards the sunset in Texas. It didn’t take us long to cross the state line into Alabama, and then right away into Mississippi. The landscape had quickly changed from… Read more →
Final stop in Florida: Pensacola Beach
Gustaff and I arrived at the Holiday Inn Resort (room donated by the owner) in Pensacola Beach just before sunset on February 16th. The drive was absolutely mind blowing as we swerved through Navarre Beach and the Gulf Islands National Seashore, with white sand blanketing the road and the ocean on either side as the sun dipped low in the… Read more →