B+W roadtrip

A little over 2 years ago, we got rid of everything we owned and hit the road. We drove 100,000 miles, flew on dozens of planes, slept in 44 different states, 3 countries, in our tent, truck bed, front seats, hammocks, airbnb's & sketchy hotels.

Its bittersweet that one of our goals in life has finished, but we are grateful to settling back down again in Long Beach.

I enjoy scrolling through some of our old journals of those travels, even though there are so so many more places, and days and little moments that have never seen the online world.

For now, here are a few of the views. 

-tay

Jasper National Park, Canada

Jasper National Park, Canada

This spring we traveled up to Alberta, Canada for a couple sessions, while there we hiked around the Athabasca Glacier. We had never been in weather this cold before, so we wore as many layers as possible in attempt to shield from the wind. The first time we tried getting to the glacier, the road was closed for hours due to the controlled avalanches. We ended up visiting 2 other times that week since we really enjoy this setting. After finding the ice cave hidden under mounds of snow, we spent hours admiring the deep blues & resting where the cave would block the wind from freezing our faces.