~ The great Aussie roadtrip ~ It's something we had dreamed of doing for a long time. Crossing the country from west to east, 1200kms across the Nullarbor, some of Australia's most isolated and remote country! And we just did it! An epic feat for an old Kombi, even more so carrying this huge sign on the roof!
For those of you who have been following our route, we decided to high tail it through the south-west region over to South Australia. We've had limited service for a while, and since it was one heck of an experience, we'll get to sharing some more of that with you soon! ✌️
A typical night in the van.
As the days grow shorter, we are spending more hours inside. Since Jess works more traditional business hours, she likes to relax in the evenings with Netflix and wine. I’m more of a night owl and often work on commissioned drawings or package prints late into the night
Let the Christmas decorating begin. Pretty sure this pinecone wreath was made with vintage Airstreams in mind. Got this gem at @worldmarket today. A lot of you didn't like it in my IG story but perhaps you'll change your mind seeing it in action? 🤔✌ Also, a question for my fellow plant ladies: What outdoor plants would survive in coastal NC over the winter? Must build a jungle outside our door... The other day Jason was counting the plants in here and said, "they're even growing out of pockets!" referring to my @huxenandco air planter. So now I'd like for him to wade through plants as he exits the trailer too. 😂
Listening to a favorite podcast of mine today on the bus from Chiang Rai to the Myanmar border (@timferriss for those curious) I was reminded by Walter Isaacson whom he was interviewing, of a favorite quote of mine from the last edition of the Whole Earth Catalog, a 70’s counter culture magazine. “Stay hungry, stay foolish” Isaacson was asked what many of the great people whom he’s written biography’s on have in common. His response was they all maintained a childlike curiosity and wonder for everything throughout their lives. When asked as a follow up how others might follow in their footsteps his answer was simple. Travel. 🚎🌬🇹🇭🇲🇲