I mentioned a couple weeks ago that the Red Head and I booked a big trip this fall… a big trip to Morocco!! It’s been on our radar for awhile but we decided to bite the bullet, book tickets and never look back. This October we’ll be spending a week in Casablanca and will explore a couple other cities with day trips. To say we’re excited would be a major, major understatement. So bear with me as I’m pinning Morocco to-do lists and modest fashions, OK? Thanks!
This year is shaping up to be a busy one for the Erickson crew (as if this project wasn’t enough on our plates)! We booked a big trip last night for this fall and I’m only leaving you this image as a little teaser of the destination. More details to come but I will tell you this trip has me absolutely giddy with excitement!
Even though we’ve been back for more than a week now, I still haven’t fully processed our trip to Dubai and Abu Dhabi (and a little adventure in Seattle as well!). I have, however, managed to gather some of my favorite snaps for the faucethead blog. Check them out there!
Oh my word. After the LONGEST week ever, the time for our departure is quickly approaching. We’ve got nothing packed, very few things planned but a serious adventure ahead. I’ll keep the horrible pun I’ve been rolling with going and sign off for now with this… DU-BYE!!
I had some odd things on my to-do list the last couple days, the most curious of which was booking a dune buggy adventure in the deserts of Dubai and a day trip to Abu Dhabi. What is my life?! Ten days until we head to the UAE!
Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write: The Red Head and I just booked a trip to Dubai.
Huh? I’m just as shocked as you but when pals booked an around the world ticket that included some time in the incredible city we decided to crash their party! Any tips for staying cool in the desert in late August? I’m going to need them! More details to come as the big trip gets closer but the countdown is on! I’m pumped.
Despite a small houseboat blunder during our stay in Amsterdam a few years ago, the floating abodes still hold a special place in my heart. When I happened up on this image and, more importantly (maybe), its color story I just had to share. Have you ever seen anything like it? Let’s go!
After spending an evening dodging raindrops and a morning battling snow, these images were the beauty and calm I needed to see. These photos, taken in Botswana by Zack Seckler, are something out of a dream. The color palette is perfection, the zebras are beautiful and I want to hop on a plane right now to see these scenes in person. Amazing.