Great Sand Dunes National Park

A sandbox of epic proportions, the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve spans over 30 square miles and reaches heights of 750 feet! Its beauty is even further magnified thanks to breathtaking backdrop known as the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. If you’re ever in Southern Colorado, visiting this rural gem is not only recommended, it’s mandatory! Continue reading Great Sand Dunes National Park

El Rey Court | Santa Fe, New Mexico

El Rey Court is an iconic roadside adobe-style compound located just off of historic Route 66 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. One of the areas most famous hotels, El Rey Court was once a genuine slice of vintage New Mexico that’s now an eclectic boutique property oozing with coolness. Although we only spent just about 24 hours here, it certainly left an impression on all of us – including the kids. Continue reading El Rey Court | Santa Fe, New Mexico

Hotel Luna Mystica

Situated a few miles east of the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in Taos, New Mexico sits Hotel Luna Mystica. This gorgeous, starlight campsite is home to 20 beautifully renovated, vintage airstream trailers in every color of the rainbow. While reminiscent of our stay at El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas, Hotel Luna Mystica has magnetic energy all it’s own. Perhaps it’s the stunning scenery, rich history, and sheer magic that truly sets it apart.  Continue reading Hotel Luna Mystica

The Caroline Cabin at Beavers Bend

About four hours southeast of Oklahoma City sits Beavers Bend State Park. It’s a beautiful stretch of mountains filled with picturesque cabins, outdoor entertainment and a lake that will quite literally take your breath away. The Caroline Cabin is situated right in the middle of it all – perfectly positioned between the park entrance and all of the unique shops and restaurants that Hochatown has … Continue reading The Caroline Cabin at Beavers Bend

El Cosmico

There is nothing quite like El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas.  Six years ago, when doing research for a project at an advertising agency I was working at, I stumbled upon El Cosmico. I was incredibly intrigued. A “high-end” campground with teepees, yurts, and airstream trailers in the middle of the desert in West Texas? It was unlike anything I had ever seen. The concept, the aesthetic, … Continue reading El Cosmico

Marfa Texas Travel Guide

  We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. Marfa, Texas is the epicenter of cool. An unintentional mix of European charm, Los Angeles ease and New York City swagger, it’s become quite the hot spot for people all around the world with an adventurous spirit. Located about 60 miles north of the Mexico border, it’s home to right around … Continue reading Marfa Texas Travel Guide

Prada Marfa

Rolling up to the Prada Marfa installation felt like a dream. For years this place has been at the top of my list to visit but never did I think we would actually be right here, right now, together.  Outfit Details Tee • Skirt • Shoes • Hat • Sunglasses We ventured out to Valentine, just under 30 miles northwest of Marfa, shortly after breakfast Friday morning. I read an article … Continue reading Prada Marfa