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A Little About Myself.

Aug 27

I am having some serious writer's block this morning. I have more cool travel stories to tell you about, but I can't share them when my mind is in this state. I wouldn't be able to do them justice. I'm going to take this time to tell you a little…

Red-Eyed Tree Frog in Arenal, Costa Rica

Our Moment with the Red-Eyed Tree Frog

Aug 25

While we were in Arenal, Costa Rica we had the pleasure of finding a Red-Eyed Tree frog. This little guy was awesome. He was so gentle and laid back. That seems like a weird thing to say about a frog, I know. But when is the last time that a…

The Rice Fields at Caw Caw County Park in Charleston, SC

Caw Caw

Aug 22

I've been spending plenty of time talking about places abroad so I thought I would reel things in and talk about one of my favorite places that is close to home. Caw Caw is one of Charleston's County Parks, and it's located about twenty minutes outside of Charleston, South Carolina…

Hourglass Tree Frog

The Rainforest is Alive at Night

Aug 20

I want to begin by saying, please forgive the pictures. It was the first time I've ever shot at night and it was raining. Jeremy and I aren't usually into taking tours, but we couldn't resist the idea of walking through the rainforest at night. It's something that we knew…

Big Ben

London Part 2: More than Tourism

Aug 18

It was a huge relief that Papa Jim was doing better. He insisted that we not sit around the hospital with him, but that we go and see what we could of London. His sweet wife stayed with him and the rest of us headed off for one day of…

Horrible Picture:  All the girls were crying; Jeremy was glad his dad was ok, and was proud that he had found the hospital; and Papa Jim was all hopped up on morphine.  ;)

London Part I: Myocardial Infarctions, Blessings, & Abandoned Hospitals

Aug 15

I'm sorry for the lack of pictures in this post. They weren't at the top of our priority list at the time. After Mürren, Jeremy and I headed to London, England to meet back up with family, minus the newlyweds. We thought it would be really fun to tour London…