DriveXC_Marfa_04.04_01
03 Apr 2015

Prada, Marfa

Since opening in 2005, Prada Marfa has become a fashion ‘destination’ of sorts for all wanderlusters interested in making a pit-stop at one of the most random, iconic installations that have nothing to do with anything. You can read more about it at the Wiki page I linked, but it

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DriveXC_NewOrleans_03.27_01
27 Mar 2015

Be Easy, Big Easy

New Orleans is one of those cities that’s easy to fall in love with. From the culture to the people to the art to the music to the food – oh. my. god. the food(!!!) – every aspect of the city is charming and sweet and nostalgic in all the

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DriveXC_WhiteSands_03.23
23 Mar 2015

What Do You Mean They Don’t Have Soup Dumplings Here?

I’ve got a slew of flicks from New Orleans, Austin, Marfa and Carlsbad, but this shot from White Sands was too good not to share immediately. The park is arguably one of the most beautiful, jaw-dropping places I’ve ever been in the entire world. More on this later, but let’s

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DriveXC_Saluda_03.20_07
20 Mar 2015

Salud-a!

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to most on this roadtrip are random turn-offs in the middle of nowhere. How often is it that you get to pull off at a little town of <1,000 people to chat with locals and learn some history? Erin & I had

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Florence_03.06_02
13 Mar 2015

Same City, Different Vantage Point

I felt like the view from the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence deserved it’s own post, so you get two gems for the price of one this week. Consider it in the spirit of #FlashbackFriday! Situated at the heart of the city, this ancient fortress/ palace/ guard-tower not only has incredible

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Florence_03.05_12
12 Mar 2015

Florence (And The Machine)

This completely unrelated headline sounded clever a year ago when I first thought of it, but now I’m just eager to share some flicks from quite possibly my favorite city in Italy. Thanks to my amazing hosts, the Scarpellis (who just welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world… congrats

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NYC_03.07_16
09 Mar 2015

NYCUL8TER

New York City has given me enough memories to last a lifetime, but it’s always gutwrenching to say goodbye. While I’ve bid adieu to the city many times over, it was always knowing that I could come back to a mailing address here. Sure, I’ve got a one-way flight booked at

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