Previously a financial advisor in public finance, I spent many of my waking hours in Texas issuing bonds for cities, hospitals, and higher education institutions. After burning out in the financial industry, I resigned, bought a Eurovan and traveled around the USA with my two dogs. With this year-long road trip, came the birth of my blog.
After this year, my passion for travel and photography only blossomed. As such, I have continued blogging, traveling, and capturing images. My travels have taken me from the north pole to the south pole and many places in between. My blogging has garnered me feature articles with Dwellable, Darjeelin, Trip Tribe and Hopper.
My award winning photography has hung in a variety of shows including in the Colorado Springs Airport and at The Audubon Society of Denver. In addition, my images have been featured on the ABC Series “Rock the Park” and in the Southwest Airlines Magazine.
I love sharing the natural beauty of earth through travel, photography, and blogging. Please contact me with any questions. Thank you.
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Hi Beth…hope your trip to Africa was a wonderful journey diane
Hey – Wow, i am really late to the game. What an exciting adventure. I hope it goes great and I will be reading!
Just found your blog! Awesome! Have fun……
Wish I had known you were in the U.P. … have couch, dog, and dogs welcome.
Oh no! Too bad for me!!!
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BTW, what part of UP? Will be headed back that way in a few days…
Sounds like a cool trip. Are you still on the road? We are planning our next summer trip. For what it’s worth, we mix up tent camping, KOA cabins (especially for laundry days), and hotels. Couch surfing would scare me a bit, but all the power to you!
No, my roadtrip is over…but it was good!
Looks like a great time! I’m excited to read some more of your articles.
My name is Jaime and I work for the California Native Plant Society, a non-profit organization. We are working on a book to showcase the different vegetation types throughout the state of California. I found your website by searching for a photo of Devil’s cornfield in Death Valley. I am interested in using your picture, and possibly others, if you would be interested in donating pictures for our project. Please let me know. If you are interested I will give you more information about the project. Thank you for your time!
PS- I’m really glad I found your blog! I plan on following and reading your past posts about your adventures. How fun!
I’d be interested. Please give photo credit to http://www.notablenotecards.com. It would be nice to see the book when it’s done. Email me with more details. Thanks!
This is Saul at GPSmyCity. We are interested in sponsoring a giveaway on your blog for mutual benefits. If you wish to know more about this opportunity, please reply to my email at your earliest convenience. Thank you.
Beth, thank you so much for following my posts. Am about to explore more of your site…
Love Your bio
Thank you for following my posts. Your site is really interesting. Good job! I’m looking forward to new posts 🙂
nice to meet you Beth and I must say, you’ve been doing a fantastic work 🙂 have a great day and cheers from Portugal 🙂 PedroL
What part of Portugal. My cousin from England had a vineyard there. Not sure where but he is an expert on port. He has written a few books. I hope to do the camino there one day. I had the camino Frances planned for may 2020 but obviously that didn’t happen! Thanks for stopping by.
dear Beth, for sure your cousin’s vineyard was in Douro region, it is so beautiful, close to the river 🙂 I am from Lisbon, the capital, but I’ve lived a few months also in Porto 🙂 have a great week, PedroL
That makes sense as his book is the port and the Douro!
eheh it must be interesting, toast for that 🙂 PedroL