28 January 2008

Road Trip Photos

I'm finally all set up in the new apartment with internet and cable. I'll tell you this - two weeks with no internet and TV makes you feel very behind in the world. It was nice to relax, but I'm glad to be back. Here are a few shots from the cross-country drive. Our trek took us from California, down through Alabama and then up to Pennsylvania. These shots are from our stay in Arizona. Above is the Grand Canyon and below is Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and the Wupatki Pueblo Ruins. It was an amazing adventure, but if I do it again it will have to be sans cats. There were many places we would love to have stopped, but you just can't when you have three cats in the car. I don't recommend it!

The cold weather has me figuring out all new ways to layer and stay warm. I'm too stubborn to give up my skinny jeans for now but it's hard to layer anything warm under them. I've found that the tall thigh-high socks from American Apparel fit nicely over the legs of my jeans instead. More photos and catching up soon! Thanks for sticking around during my hiatus. I'll be posting regularly from now on.


13 comments:

thealchemist said...

love these photos and i want your hat!! the shadow photo off the rocks is my favorite.

Fashion Tidbits said...

ah! i wish i was there! awesome photos and landscape

sleepyhead said...

I like the socks over the jeans.

Anonymous said...

Bienvenida de nuevo!

Imelda said...

Those are some beautiful pictures!! They have a nice atmosphere!

AlicePleasance said...

I love that beret!

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The Clothes Horse said...

Socks over jeans, interesting idea. Lovely pictures.

Mrs Roper said...

I love your blog! Is always an inspiration.

Nicole Then Ai En said...

nice pictures !

SKYLA said...

these photos are so inspiring and your style is amazing
x

Total Bitch said...

what kind of camera was being used for these pictures? (any photoshop?)

Sally Jane said...

Total Bitch: It's a digital Canon Powershot and then I make the photos look "vintagy" in Photoshop.

In Yr Fshn said...

Wonderful pics... really lovely and 70's-ish.