Palm Springs Sneak Peek


This weekend my friends and I did a ladies trip to Palm Spring! It was an awesome three days of spending time with some of my favorite people in one of the hottest places in California. While I've lived in California my whole life, this was my first trip to the desert, and I gotta say, it was a ton of fun! Here are my Instagram photos from the trip. My camera photos will hopefully be ready soon :) A giant t-rex in Cabazon

Del Marcos

The Del Marcos, one of the best places ever!

In love with this hotel!

A snapshot from our room.

Road Side Attractions

The ladies

A day in the desert

The desert

It's Been a While

Hey gang, sorry for the lack of posts. It's been a crazy few weeks of working long hours, fighting off colds and celebrating with friends. My Photo Of The Day and other randomness will resume back next week. Until then enjoy this (temporary) neighborhood gem:

Sunday Rides

Morning Ride (w/ my teammate)

Morning Ride (w/ my teammate) We meant to go on a short and flat ride, but since the sun decided to shine we extended our ride a bit to include some hills and lovely views.

Afternoon Ride (solo)

Afternoon Ride (solo) Later I hopped on my other bike and explored the park for cherry blossoms. Luckily for me, I found a bunch in full bloom. Wee.

Cloudy Day

It was a cloudy day for a road race

Today I did a road race in Zamora, CA, a farming town outside of Sacramento (yeah, bet you never heard of this place either, riiight?) It was super cloudy in the A.M. and it sprinkled a bit, but luckily only during my warmup ride. Usually on race days it's hard for me to take any photos (I always want to, but obviously it's not a priority), but I arrived pretty early and manage to snap a couple shots of the clouds this morning: 3/18/12 // Instagram

Clouds // Powerlines

3/18/12 // Instagram For some reason I use to be obsessed with power lines, especially ones out in the country, so I of course had to take this. This particular photo reminds me of an intaglio print I did many years ago (I'm going to have to dig that up and compare the two.)