Posts tagged as: travel

Our Annual Family Disney Adventure — Take 4!

March 9th, 2017 - posted under: The Farm » Family

Last week Waits turned SEVEN, which meant that it was once again time for our annual, full-family pilgrimage to the Mouse House, for an exciting, exhausting, fun-filled adventure at the Happiest Place On Earthâ„¢. We came. We saw. We held onto our hats for the wildest ride in the wilderness! Shenanigans! On the road bright [...]

Santa Barbara To Shasta: Our Annual End-Of-Summer Adventure

October 4th, 2016 - posted under: The Farm » Family

At the end of every summer, for so many summers now, my family has held a mini reunion up in the mountains of northern California. In the shadow of Mt. Shasta, on the banks of an icy river that snakes through a teeny tiny mountain town, my father and my brother and I have gathered [...]

Our Annual Vegan Family Disneyland Adventure: Round 3!

March 30th, 2016 - posted under: The Farm » Family

This March, for Waits’s sixth birthday (AHEM WHAT!!!?) and for the third year in a row, our little vegan family went adventuring to worship at the altar of the Mouse. And this time, it wasn’t just Waits and Damian and I. No, we are a thoroughly modern family these days, and our little family has [...]

Vida Vegan Con III – Day Two Eats & Speaks

June 21st, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

The Tiny Trailer crew noms burgers like a boss. On the second and final day of VVCIII, we overslept and rolled into the con a little bit late. All of the classes had already started, but the breakfast bar was still open, and my friend JL was relaxing with a few other folks at the [...]

Vida Vegan Con III – Day One Eats & Speaks

June 18th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

With Matt Ruscigno, MPH RD (TrueLoveHealth) and Ginny Messina, RD (The Vegan RD). We were nicknamed the “Science Track” for our 3 complimentary science-based presentations. ♥ I’ve been reading a lot of Vida Vegan Con recaps, and a fair number of them start out with the same sentiment: “I’ve been struggling to put into words [...]