Iceland Day 2: Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Dyrhólaey, the Black Sand Beach, and Vik

I woke up once in the night to stumble to the bathroom which I found warm, clean and crammed into a building about the size of a shipping container. I wandered about in the dark for a little while before heading back to my tent and reading until I fell asleep again. The next morning …

James

It's been almost two months since I've been back from Iceland, and while I have few excuses for not posting my pictures sooner, I've been hesitant to write about what happened because it hurts. It was the trip of a lifetime, which I'd hoped would be the case when I booked my ticket. But it …

An Ode to Gertie

Oh Gertrude, They know not what they speak of. Forgive them when they blaspheme against you. For you are more than a 9-ton rust trap; You are our future. A future laden with photographs, with adventures, with unnecessary stops to pee. But a future, all the same. You yearn for more than your rotting wood, …

Just Say Yes

Three years ago I was a completely different person than I am now. I was in a dead-end relationship with no passions, no drive, and no reliance on myself. Sure, I could change a car tire and start a fire in less than five minutes, but what had I really accomplished? I had goals. One …