Travel

The Neon Museum - Las Vegas

If you enjoy art and history and find loosing your money for free drinks at the casino overrated, then visit The Neon Museum, also know as the "Neon Graveyard". It is now a non-profit with sold out guided tours where you can see vintage and retro signs dating back to the Prohibition Era.

If you're not into the detailing of what it takes to make an oversized neon sign, the picturesque scenery will convince you  to visit otherwise.

Lauterbrunnen - Switzerland

The benefit of traveling off season is the great Fall weather and the drop in cost of tourism. We made our way up the Schilthorn mountain to the top of Piz Gloria where 007 was filmed. It was beautiful and breathtaking, just like a scene from The Sound of Music (except not in Austria). The cost is still a bit steep but nothing compared to the summer time.

We spent a few cozy nights in Camping Jungfrau in Lauterbrunnen in a motorhome packed with water, power, full kitchen and our own, clean, private restroom. Heaven in a motor home we liked to call it. We made friends with locals and enjoyed two nights in Lauterbrunnen before heading to Florence.

Photographed with Canon Elan 7, Portra 400 film.

Our Infamous Teardrop Trailer in Joshua Tree

You know those moments when you want to get away but don't want to pay the hotel fees? Well friends, that's why we created the infamous Teardrop Trailer! We've realized how close we are to some of the best destinations like Lake Arrowhead (where we wed), Big Bear, Joshua Tree, Palm Springs and many others! This is our home away from home (on wheels)! Shows you just how creative we can really get ;)

Our first trip out with the Teardrop Trailer was infamous! We camped, hiked, spent the night under the stars and met a group of actual "cowboys" in Pioneertown. We still have work left on the teardrop (yet to be named) but it was fun seeing it in the wild...