|3/23||New York, NY|
|3/24||High Point, NC|
|3/29||New Orleans, LA|
|4/9||Joshua Tree NP, CA|
|4/11||Los Angeles, CA|
|4/15||San Francisco, CA|
|4/18||Crater Lake NP, OR|
|4/24||Grand Teton NP|
|4/29||Theodore Roosevelt NP|
|5/2||Kansas City, MO|
As the birthplace of grunge, Seattle has a reputation for its great music scene and independent spirit. We loved seeing the city from an unexpected perspective, atop the Space Needle.
When we drove up the California coast, we didn't think anything could be as beautiful as the vistas along Highway 1. We were wrong.
Los Angeles is a city of contradictions. From the glamour of Tinseltown to the grit of SoCal's prominent skate culture, we delve deep into the cultural fabric of the city, taking a little time out to do a tourist must-see: climbing up to the Hollywood sign!
There's something incredibly transcendently tranquil about camping out in Joshua Tree National Park.
It's easy to be overwhelmed by the grandeur of Arizona's rugged wilderness. Its vast skies and wide expanses of desert, dotted with massive boulders and jagged canyons, seem extraterrestrial compared to the familiar landscapes back East.
You can feel the youthful energy coursing through Austin. Our favorite location was Graffiti Park, a multi level expanse of cement canvas constantly being repurposed with layers of street art.
Incredible to see the difference in urban planning based on the existence or absence of space. Coming from New York, we were fascinated by Dallas' modern skyline, wide open roads, and sprawl.
Fan boat rides in a gator park, turned up nights on Bourbon Street, and an exploration of the abandoned outskirts of a city in constant motion.
Our first major stop on the trip featured delicious burgers at Varsity, a drone ride through Piedmont Park, and city wide views from the SkyView Ferris Wheel and Sun Dial restaurant.
Out of the frying pan and into the fire, our first stop was North Carolina to visit the three brothers who run our 5th generation family owned and operated knitting mill.