Month: May 2018

Take The Byway

Treasures in fragmented layers litter this terrestrial labyrinth Underneath scattered, undulated time. The hour glass thrown. Cracked and splintered, a pedestal for observation. Gliding along a shelf of cedar, aromatic intoxication infused with sage. The ancient man still slumbering in sleep, seen from desert…

A Desert Oasis

There is magic hidden in the desert oasis. The Henries faded in the rear view mirror, an isolated mountain range as tall as 11,522 ft, towering over the lower desert plateau. A network of deep rutted canyons and winding washes, carved scars on the…

Home In The Pines

We have been working in the beautiful state of Utah this past month, exploring around Lake Powell and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. This experience has opened our eyes to the hidden beauty of the desert, from the incredibly carved slot canyons, to the…

Treading Softly

For the past few years Tyema and I have been living a very minimalistic lifestyle, making a conscious effort to reduce our carbon footprint at home, and on the road. In this ever changing world it is important for all of us to do…