Whether you’re traveling from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, heading up Highway 1 (with that damn California breeze in your face) or journeying south for mint juleps and Creole cuisine, getting in a car and driving for an extended amount of time, while beautiful, can also seriously suck.
Unless you do it right. Here are some tips to guarantee your four-wheel drive, the open road, and all the sights in between are nothing short of fantastic.
We are super stoked to present this beautiful photo essay by James Bowden! Click through to get your Tasmanian #campvibes on!
I discovered Poler Stuff not even two weeks ago and I’m in love. I’ve already planned on buying a few items from their store (the rumpsack is a must) but what I found the most appealing is their Adventure series. Hopefully one day my work will appear on their website as well!
I still have yet to hold one of these in person. Sad
Right now I’m working on a print edition of Backseat Ballads; a cross between Kinfolk/Paper Sea Quarterly and a high-school yearbook. I was involved with the yearbook committee for many years and it’s only now I realised I should have pursued a career in print/magazine design.
Still, it’s been a challenge but a joy trying to bring it all together. It’s quite hush-hush at the moment as I’m planning to make it then give one to Raye before she leaves. She doesn’t even check out this blog anymore so I don’t think she’ll even know. Regardless I’m just waiting on some of the guys to finish their writeups of the fourth camp (Mt Buffalo/Bright) so I can finally get around to making the damn thing.
Oh and I need to learn how to use InDesign as well…