After several weeks of reporting our trip through the awesome south west of the US, it’s come to an end. Ohhhh… Our last shooting was in Texas, nowhere in particular. Just out there, in a unusually green desert. When one thinks…
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After spending all our nights at cheap motels, friends’ places and free campings without showers, we rewarded our adventurousness with one last night at El Cosmico, a very special rv park. Where do you want to sleep, a tepee, a…
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Love it or hate it, Prada Marfa is a piece of art that makes a statement. We couldn’t miss it on our road trip, but we almost did. If you don’t pay attention, you won’t even see it’s there, right in the middle of nowhere. I was…
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You may think aliens don’t exist, but we’ve went to Roswell, the site of the UFO crash on 1947, and we’ve seen it all. Since we arrived there, strange things kept happening. Every place we tried for dinner was closed. Some say…
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Normally when we talk about exotic beaches we talk about white sand, etc., which is almost true. Some beaches have almost white sand. The sand of the White Sands Desert somewhere in the middle of New Mexico, is the…
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After three days without a shower (free camping, it is what it is) we arrived to a motel in Socorro, AZ. We overnight there with the sole purpose of visiting the NRAO: National Radio Astronomy Observatory. They’re here…
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In our third day in Arizona we arrive to the visitor center at Canyon de Chelly. I pick up a brochure to learn about the canyon, its caves and dwellings, and a name stands up: “Massacre Cave.” To some extent, everybody knows…
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Before the rest of the world knew about the existence of what we call America, some Ancestral Puebloans (also known as Anasazi, which has come to mean “ancient people” in Navajo, who populated this part of the land…
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After picking up our tent in the middle of a desert night storm and spending the rest of the night in the car, we arrive to Monument Valley, and all our troubles are now worth it. Despite the fact that there are around 60 National Parks in the US, there’s only nine Tribal Parks (managed by Native Americans)…
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Here we go. I’m still vacation-drunk from our West/South West roadtrip. Unbelievably gorgeous. First stop, Colorado Springs, a kind of ugly city disrupting the blunt beauty of the Rockies. And then, there’s the Garden of…
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We’re at a beer festival, and the glass is Kenny’s. I’m holding it while I make him take pictures of me, which isn’t exactly his hobby, bless him. And when he’s not taking pictures, he carries the 100 lbs camera, except this time…
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When we moved to Kansas City I feared I was going to miss Chicago terribly. And I do, but the benefits of living in a small city are many. One of many is affordable culture, and available seats. I love you Chicago, but you…
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