The American Road Trip: A Quick Look Back

“The roaring bonfire kept the mosquitoes away. A new moon peeked down through the pine boughs. We rolled out our sleeping bags and went to bed early. Bone weary.” – Jack Kerouac, The  Dharma Bums Sitting next to the creek that rushed through our campsite somewhere in Colorado, we stared into the campfire and realized... Continue Reading →

Joshua Tree National Park After Dark

Joshua Tree's True Colors Show at Night After the sun sets, Joshua Tree turns into something wildly different. Half of the park’s beauty lies in the night sky. As day turns to dusk at Jumbo Rocks, the rocks themselves begin to look like the heads of men turned upward, foreshadowing the coming stars that will... Continue Reading →

Joshua Tree National Park

The desert of Joshua Tree is a terrible and beautiful place. Joshua Tree National Park lies on the border of the Mojave and Colorado Desert, where Whiptail lizards, Cholla cacti, and of course, Joshua Trees thrive. These life forms have adapted to survive in the intense heat and dryness of the desert. We have not.... Continue Reading →

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