After spending the last year and a half in Southeast Asia, and also Europe (mostly France), our recent return to the U.S. felt… strange. We recognized this feeling, this sense of disorientation, as mild culture shock, which, I might point out, had nothing to do with the fact that we happened to arrive when a […]
I have long dreamed of visiting Moab, Utah, ever since I saw an article on mountain biking there in Outside magazine over 15 years ago. I would glare at the images of bikers negotiating huge slickrocks and confidently riding the tops of 50-foot arches.
Right off the fabled Route 66, Flagstaff is in a convenient location for exploring the area, with the Grand Canyon about an hour and a half north; the cute, historic town of Williams less than 40 minutes to the east; and the gorgeous, red-rock town of Sedona less than an hour south—and I recommend seeing […]
Well, that’s what our travels are all about! Here’s the story…
“I guess we are supposed to grow up, but somehow we never did,” Dionne Haroutunian says, laughing as she runs her fingers through her pink hair. This is in response to how she and her boyfriend, Mike, live: making certain life choices that allow them to spend weeks and months at a time exploring the […]