Just two kids trying to see the country.
In high school, I was part of a group called the Shady Ladies. What may sound like a shifty organization, was just a self-given nickname to my group of running friends. Sammi, Jessica, Caitlin and I all ran cross country and track and were recognizable by our matching red sunglasses. We liked to use words … Continue reading Hawaii Part III: Oahu
Growing up in a family of triathletes, the Ironman World Championship at Kona, often shortened to Kona, was a common topic of conversation. I often fantasized about winning the race, a goal less likely than my dream of becoming an astronaut, given my, at best, slightly above average athletic abilities. Our dog Mercury was nearly … Continue reading Kona
Growing up, I was always taught that the United States lies within the continent of North America. While this may be true most of the time, it isn’t true of Hawaii – technically located in Oceania. The Aloha State is also the most recent state to be admitted into the union and the only state … Continue reading Maui
Leaving Crater Lake, we headed south to meet up with the rest of Tyler’s family. While in Medford we repeated some of our favorite activities from our last visit. Watching Zach’s nieces at their swim lessons, walking down to Roxyann Winery and staying up late every night playing board games and Super Smash Brothers. Uncle … Continue reading Medford and More!