We’re about to enter the busiest month we’ve ever had so I thought I’d post some personal work to get us started. Image by Maggie Kane Masica.
Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category
Assorted images from our recent trip to Canada (with some accompanying narration by yours truly): The Caufeild family cottage is so sweetly decorated, it’s like stepping into a spread from Better Homes and Gardens. We spent the afternoon there with Derek, his brothers, and nephew Dominic canoeing and pretending to be in a movie about [...]
We are back in the office after an awesome time in Savannah, Georgia. You guys, they have Sweet Tea and it’s not from McDonald’s. If you’d like a bunch of suggestions for places and activities and shops in the Savannah area, turn to the trusty people at Design*Sponge. Their city guide was hugely helpful to [...]
We’re back in town for a while, making a lot of website updates. We missed you. And now, twelve jetlagged days later, the final installment of the photos from our trip. Bits of (modestly researched) narration sprinkled throughout… We begin in Nara (outside of Kyoto) where we fed the deer. Totally sanitary and approved by [...]
Kyoto is fabulous. Further observations: 1. Peace signs. You must make them if you are under 25 and being photographed in front of a tourist destination. Tricky, because you gotta take of your mittens and it is cold here. 2. Ninjas. The floors of the Ninomaru Palace are called “nightingale” because they chirp at the [...]
Last night was epic and included such amazing highlights as Shabu-Shabu (all-you-can-eat meat dipping), two rounds of karaoke (the reverb fest in the below video), and lots of stuff lost in translation. This morning we feel a bit lazy and we’re leaving for Kyoto today but we have no idea when the train leaves… So… [...]
Can’t no[Delta] hold us down, oh no. We got ta keep a-movin.’ Our first day in Tokyo was a tremendous success: temples, Harajuku, Shibuya, Shinjuku. We have a great tour guide in Maya (a friend from high school), whose Japanese is so perfect, people are taken aback. — some hours later – Kess forgot to [...]