Mischief Managed

Recently, the Misadventures decided to hit the road for some exploring and of course, shenanigans. Thanks to Atlas Obscura, “the definitive guide to the world’s hidden wonders,” there are more than a few odd places to discover along the way. During this excursion, we came across the remnants of an abandoned circus camp in Edmond, … Continue reading Mischief Managed

Get Out

I’ve been feeling out of sorts lately so we decided to get out of the house for another day trip- this time to the ghost town of Ingalls, Oklahoma. Even better was the fact that our destination was unknown to me until we arrived. It was so freeing to wake up, hit the road not … Continue reading Get Out

Post-Processing The Past

A year ago, it feels like eternity now, I visited California again; this time through Route 66. I took this photograph in Joshua Tree. I never really got around to processing those images except for a few. Like most of my images they’re stuck in digital storage. I’ve been taking advantage of the pandemic to … Continue reading Post-Processing The Past

Rewilding

Excerpt taken from a book coming out next month called Rewilding: Before embarking on a hike through a forest, meadow, or other wild space, take a few moments to center yourself. Close your eyes. Take some slow, deep breaths. Allow your exhalation to be twice as long as your inhalation. Let go of anything rattling … Continue reading Rewilding

Grounded

Yesterday on our hike, we came across a thin trail offset from the original trail that wasn’t too obvious. What was obvious was the fact that I was going to take it and we weren’t disappointed. The trail led us to a rocky overhang looking out towards a creek. There in the warm sun and … Continue reading Grounded