Photogenicfood is going on the road! Last year turned out to be a doozy in terms of finding time to work on my photography and blog simultaneously. Sigh… real life takes over… We spent a lot of time on the road in 2012 with the acquisition of our silver bullet, Silvia. She’s a vintage beauty – still a little rough on the outside, but eventually we’ll take care of that and get her all shined up! I’d say we’d do it ourselves, but really, we can recognize a job that’s much too big for us – although it’s tempting since I’d LOVE to see her buffed from the dull pewter to the reflective silver shine reminiscent of a classic Airstream. Silvia is a 1971 31′ Sovereign Airstream that sleeps 6. She was renovated by her previous owner who unknowingly outfitted her perfectly for us. Now generally, I’m not a camping type of gal. But I can do this. I can do this because she has all the comforts of home efficiently and cleverly packaged in a simple, tiny rectangular box.:)
Our first trip of 2013 took us to San Diego, CA. All the photos I took were with my Iphone 4s since I regrettably forgot my camera! Real life interfers again… On the upside, I had plenty of time to figure out how the camera on my phone works as well as several photo apps such as Instagram and Picstich. Not that many food pics this go ’round since most photo ops were when we were out and about. We stayed at a lovely park on the beach called Paradise by the Sea in Oceanside, CA. Of our week long stay, we ate “in” most every night to the likes of grilled citrus lime chicken, pulled pork sandwiches, carnitas burritos with all the fixins’, cheesy lasagna (or wazaannya as Gabe would say it) and super yummy cookie brownies made by the girls in our “tiny” kitchen. We walked on the beaches, saw wild seals lazing on the rocks, rode bikes and roasted marshmallows. It was a good week and a wonderful start to the new year!
Keep them coming, Corinna!
Josh here from the BlinkPack blog. I found your blog because I just bought a little travel trailer, and I can’t wait to get out on the road. I wish you all the best with your adventures and your blogging. Cheers!
Thanks Josh for reading! I saw your Shasta on your site. I LOVE it! You will undoubtedly have fun making many memories with her out on the road! 🙂
Those oranges in the background look really tasty, lol
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