Category Archives: TRAVELS

ABANDONED VICTORIAN HOME, WAXAHACHIE, TX

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101 SONGS AND AN OPEN ROAD

Massive pic + mp3 post! Labor day weekend was spent in the hill country; the part of central Texas which encompases San Antonio and Austin. Rolling hills with greenery as far as the eye can see. Small canyons, lakes and rivers, cacti, evergreens, and palm trees alike. Wineries, fields of lavender and wild flowers… it’s one of the most beautiful parts of this great state.

Many thriving small towns are located here, which are known for their historic buildings, gourmet ‘locavore’ cuisine, gift shops, art galleries, bed & breakfasts, flea markets, and antique stores. I got out into nature, did some swimming, saw some sights, and of course, did some shopping : ).

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BOHEMIAN GROVE

Creepy owl shrine at Room Service vintage. This is why I love Austin.

HISTORIC FORT WORTH STOCKYARDS

 (dream cowboy boots)

 

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MID-CENTURY MADNESS IN ARIZONA

3 years ago I was living in Phoenix, AZ. It’s been on my mind a lot lately, as there’s certain things I miss about it. The beauty of the desert, the dry heat (10x better than TX humidity), 80 degree ‘winters’, the friends I made out there, and the incredible mid century architecture!  Needless to say, I’ve been reminiscing through old photos, and decided I’d share some with you.

Here’s some architectural photos I took out there; mainly of buildings from the 50s and early 60s, with a few older ones added for good measure. Do enjoy, and credit/link back if you repost.

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THIS MESS IS A PLACE

A few shots of a junk shop in Jefferson, TX. Credit/link back if you repost.