Well, I've done it! I told myself I wanted to be a travel therapist, and lo' and behold, I am officially a travel therapist! The process was a little bit stressful, but I attribute that to my being a novice at the whole thing. Learning lessons definitely to be had. You see, ever since Nate … Continue reading Learning Lessons for a first-time Travel OT, pt. 1
DesertX is like a scavenger hunt for artworks that spans geographically from Whitewater just northwest of Palm Springs to further south in Coachella, CA. It features 16 artworks from artists with a passion for global and local issues. Unfortunately, Nate and I only got to see 12 of the 16 pieces, as 2 of them are … Continue reading Desert X 2017
The end of the road... or so you would think! Road's End in Kings Canyon is actually the beginning of more adventures! It is a "hub" at the end of Highway 180 from which adventurers can span out and explore the wilderness. There are trails for day hikes and backcountry, swimming holes, and a ranger station … Continue reading The End of the Road, Kings Canyon
Juancho's Mexican Grill & Bar is a small restaurant located in College Park Plaza, Upland. It serves great Mexican food at a fair price. Juancho's is known their inexpensive lunch buffet. Originally, I came to this spot to something really quick, since I was on my lunch break. So, I ordered a simple wet BRC burrito … Continue reading Juancho’s Mexican Grill & Bar
Three of the best pets in the world! Chillin out after a hot day here in the IE, Marley (left), Kara (right), and Marco (bottom center).
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