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Ace Hotel. Palm Springs. | Roadtrip 2011

When I found out we were going to be driving to Palm Springs, I added the Ace Hotel to our list of places to explore. I knew I wanted to find the vintage camper and the photo booth I’d seen … Continue reading

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2010 in Review: Some of Summer

Happy New Year everyone! I’m still wrapping up my 2010 reviews. Here are the summer months, my favorite. The highlight is always camping at Dillon Beach on the northern California coast. Beautiful Val let me take her picture one weekend … Continue reading

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The End (of our trip)

Merry Eve of Christmas Eve! I’ve been a little busy bee working all week and trying to get ready for Christmas. It’s hardly left any time for blogging or editing pictures. I hope you’re enjoying this beautiful season and ready … Continue reading

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Portland Week + Five Senses Monday

Happy Monday! Vacation in Oregon is officially over, but I’m enjoying reliving our great time through all the pictures. I thought it would be fun to designate this week as Portland Week on The Urban Hippie. Every day this week … Continue reading

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Five Senses Monday

Hello, everyone. I hope you’re all doing well. I just wanted to share the first photos I took  TTV (through the viewfinder). I’m using an old Kodak Duaflex with a cardboard tubed taped to the top. Then I use my … Continue reading

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Five Senses … Tuesday

my friends call these sunflowers mutants. they are something. reflecting on the weekend, the way it’s done at abby try again: feeling: like short weeks are both a blessing and a curse. so wonderful, and boom – so busy. tasting: … Continue reading

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Art & Craft Overload {3}

Renegade Craft Fair was just as awesome and inspiring as I expected. There were more than 250 booths of funky, creative, crafty and indie crafters from all over the country. Maggie and I mastered San Francisco’s public transportation system and … Continue reading

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