The Indigenous parade rocks San Miguel!

PHOTO POST from San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico… Indigenous tribes travel from far and near to celebrate San Miguel Day… A truly vibrant, colorful and heart expansive gathering it was, weaving together and celebrating the bountiful blessings upon Mother Earth.

PORTALS OF LIGHT…Mother Earth

PORTALS OF LIGHT One of the greatest joys of traveling and living around the world is the opportunity to commune and engage with Mother Earth’s natural, majestic and mystical universes. Nature invites us to engage and commune with an open heart and wild innocence as we peel back the transparent veils of reality. Plants and trees are amazing teachers and …

Adventures of Stout Grove & Patrick’s Point

You know those places that speak directly to your soul? Those places where your spirit soars free and you feel an expansion in your heart vibrating from head to toe. Truly magical, right? Among this beautiful blue green earth there are very special places that naturally stoke the fire, spontaneously spinning a golden thread of light into a tapestry of …

Into the woods we go! ~ Pomo Canyon ~

An adventure into the forest with my brother Danny in Pomo Canyon…Sonoma Coast Danny picks me up from our nest in Caz. AliSun, what do you want to do today, he asks?”… “How about something relaxing, like an adventure in the woods!” Hint.hint.nudge.nudge. “Let’s check out the Pomo Canyon Trail. I haven’t been there in a while,” Danny offers. YES! …

HAPPY FATHERS DAY from Cazadero…

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY everyone! 🙂 This blog post is dedicated to both of our DAD’S, Larry Parker and Stew Suchman. We are celebrating you both today from the coastal redwoods. Only second best to celebrating with you in person. (left) Tyler and my Dad in Newport Beach (right) Tyler and his Dad in Baja, Mexico. May you both enjoy doing …

“So, what brings you to Reno?” Friends would ask.

“So why Reno?”…friends would ask us as we shared the itenarary of our travels… I would answer… “Well, some of our most favorite people in the world live there.” Famously known as being the “Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno rests in a valley below Lake Tahoe. Reno, a city of bright lights, casinos, dance clubs, hip little restaurants …