Day 6 – Evolution

Day 6 – Evolution

We can see the stars here. We drove from the sunset into black skies above flat prairie lands towards the bright welcome to Red Roof Studio sign that welcomed us to our new home for the evening. Greeted by a celebration of pheasant hunters and rural business award...
Day 4 – Change

Day 4 – Change

We woke up in the warmth of what we fantasize was the home of a famous Manitoban writer. Her skin was soft and her jawlines as strong as her handshake. The evening before, as we tiredly dragged ourselves onto her porch, she starred us dead in the eyes while welcoming...
Day 2- Grounding

Day 2- Grounding

The yurt was cold. Our dreams were wild (oddly enough, all about being attacked in one way or another) and the rain poured so hard all night and all morning there was a bit of an apocalyptic tone to the entire experience. When the sunshine finally rose, hours later...
Day 1- Freedom

Day 1- Freedom

Northern Ontario greeted us, treated us and then defeated us, until we fell asleep to the echoes of a local police officer repeating angrily “Ladies, what on earth are you doing here?l”. I argued with him relentlessly about the severity of three beautiful young...

Eating Healthy on the Road

I have successfully driven from Toronto to California and back three times without EVER having to succumb to the temptations of the likes of McDonalds, Burger King, Tim Hortons, A & W and their likeminded hyper-processed fast foodie friends. Despite being celiac...