Have you ever slept outside in the wild? Without a tent or a roof to cover you, all you senses are sharpened, every little sound becomes important. It is a peculiar feeling, worth remembering. Here is my list.
I only had four days there, in 2006, but it is still one of my favorite cities, mostly because of the people, who are really friendly and talkative, but in a very peculiar and almost hostile way! I would love to go back, especially if I could visit someone who live there, someone who could… Fortsett å lese I heart New York!
Daniel Johnson Mural, originally uploaded by mskogly. This is so strange, I took this picture in Austin, in 2006, and today while reading about Daniel Johnson I figured out that this is his work. You can read about him and the story behind it over at wikipedia.
I’m in love with Roadside America – Guide to Uniquely Odd Tourist Attractions, home of the most bizarry roadside attractions in the US. When I’m old and grey I will rent an RV and take a long roadtrip and visit some of these gems. 2-story outhouse Shoe Trees White Squirrels Tiny Churches Mystery Spots