GLOBAL HEALING CENTER, Kaua’i

Mother Earth is quite the crown jewel! How wonderful to discover her many treasures hidden and tucked away within all the nooks and crannies of the earth. Upon her abundantly rich and fertile soil, rest illuminated places (power centers) that naturally shimmer and shine beyond all space and time. One step upon her heavenly abode, one’s spirit is lifted and …

REFLECTIONS of MAUI…

This blog post is in honor of my Dad, Larry Mole Parker, who inspired me from a very young age to appreciate the beauty of light in everything I see… Larry will soon be celebrating his 70th birthday in Viet Nam and neighboring countries… Happy Birthday, Dad! ALOHA and ENJOY a little slice of paradise, our dear family and friends. …

Leg 4: Hawaii and Asia

We leave Ventura early tomorrow morning, SBA-PDX-OGG. In 26 hours, we land on Maui. This is the fourth leg of our digital nomad adventures. Our return in February will take us right up to 2 years on the road. I’ve been making lists. In the final day, a varying carousel of emotions: ready confident excited nervous grateful blessed having fun …

Thoughts on Home from the Road

Where is home? We are repeatedly asked this. There is not an obvious answer. AliSun may reply, “home is wherever we are.” I have been calling Ojai our “home community.” We have no house to return to from the road. Just a modest office-slash-storage space holding the dwindling remains of the way we used to live. Having a home does …

Images From The Grand Canyon

I’ve traveled fairly far and rather wide over the past fifteen months, but going back ten years or more, one question I’ve never been able to answer in the affirmative: You’ve been to the Grand Canyon, right? And as we drove out in March, stayed in Sedona, had breakfast in Flagstaff and headed east on I-40 to Albuquerque and ultimately …

Until Next Time, Santa Fe

I am experiencing the lasts. The last time we eat at our favorite New Mexican joint. The last time in Eldorado, where we spend the day touring art studios and having a glass of wine with Judith and Will. The last time playing with the guys at the tennis table club. The last time at Lan’s, Taberna, Counter Culture. Maybe …

Beyond Santa Fe…an adventure inside the caves of Bandelier, NM

A text appears on my cell phone from a dear family friend, Judith Jones. “You MUST go to Bandelier.” It just so happens to be that Bandelier is in fact written in the stars for us today! Bandelier is the indigenous land of the ancestral pueblo people, also known as the “Anasazi.” Beyond the inspiring and lively city of Santa …