Summer Road Trip | The Extended Version

megansisco:

p—sychedelia:

Rainbow camping

megansisco:

p—sychedelia:

Rainbow camping

lorrrra:

Fall in Boulder, CO

Miss you

lorrrra:

Fall in Boulder, CO

Miss you


 


 

It’s funny. When you leave your home and wander really far, you always think, ‘I want to go home.’ But then you come home, and of course it’s not the same. You can’t live with it, you can’t live away from it. And it seems like from then on there’s always this yearning for some place that doesn’t exist. I felt that. Still do. I’m never completely at home anywhere.

Danzy Senna (via larmoyante)

yes.

(via megansisco)

This summer we went on a month long trip to the National Rainbow Gathering and down the west coast. We saw so many beautiful, breath-taking, awe-inspiring things- I never wanted it to end. For now, we’re back in Oklahoma saving money to bolt again. Patience.

Here’s a very quick video of our trip. Enjoy!

Always.

Always.

We watched this one the other night. We ♥ Ray Mears.

This is a random entry, but I figured it was about time for a new post. Lately we’ve been working on our land, clearing roads and a place for our house to go, and today we were working on building our storage shed when the infamous Moore tornado struck and we had to call it a day. We started seeds earlier in the year, but after we planted them (in APRIL) it froze over again unexpectedly. Bummer. Some survived though, and we have a nice little garden to show for it. Also, we’ve found two morel mushrooms on our property so far!

Last weekend, Chris found a baby duck near death beside the canal in Bricktown. He couldn’t leave him, so he brought him home and we nursed him back to health. He was the cutest damn thing! He ran all over our apartment chirping and making the cutest sounds. After he was back to being a healthy little duck we released him back into the wild (aka the pond at the zoo).