Posts tagged as: travel

What I Ate Wednesday: In Maryland

September 30th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Food Styles

So hello, I’m sick. It’s the first week of school and I am sick as a dog, sore-throated and stuffed all up and achy and exhausted. Jeremy tried to convince me to take a sick day and skip this post, but I am not so easily deterred. And thusly I present to you: What I [...]

What We Ate Wednesday: Lake Tahoe & My Veganniversary

August 27th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Food Styles

Lakeside. I celebrate my Veganniversary – the anniversary of going vegan – every year on August 1st. And I have written about my Veganniversary, almost every year, on this blog. See? // one // two // three // four – the year I wasn’t blogging // five // This August 1st I was traveling with [...]

Pictures Of Things + Le Love List

August 16th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Feedback

Hello hello, and I hope you’re enjoying the weekend! I sure am, just as I did this whole first week back. You know it was a good (and effective!) vacation when you really feel ready to be home. I wanted nothing more than to get back to work! And that’s a great feeling. For this [...]

Eco-Friendly Vegan Camping! Part III – Yosemite & “How To Be Vegan”

August 14th, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Family

A good road trip always calls for a good book! Typically the drive from Sequoia National Park to Yosemite National Park should take somewhere around four hours – or closer to five if you’re operating under traveling-with-4-year-old conditions. But when we made the trip Yosemite was on fire. Multiple fires in fact. And so we [...]

Eco-Friendly Vegan Camping! Part II – A Few Of My Favorite Natural Products

August 13th, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Family

Our creekside campsite at Sequoia National Park, early morning. Our first official morning of camping, Waits woke up early with the birds. I was still exhausted, but Jeremy was kind enough to get up with the kiddo and begin the breakfasting. Later, he told me that those early mornings, working in the cold and quiet, [...]