Cookies & elephant seals


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When on a road trip it’s important to not only focus on the monuments and places you have to see, but to also make time for little stops along the way that are a little less touristy. A couple of months (or years?) ago, Stacy and Paul read about this Brown Butter Cookie Company in Sunset magazine. They made a quick pit stop there to pick up some cookies last year, and since Stacy was crazy about those cookies we decided to drive by on our road trip too! There were samples of all the different flavors they offered and I must say, they tasted amazing! If you’re ever driving by Cayucos (CA) and you’re a cookie lover, just like me, make sure to pay the Brown Butter Cookie Company a visit! Continue reading

Training for #werunsf


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In 5 weeks I’m running the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in San Francisco and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Ever since I heart about this race I’ve been wanting to actually run it. The last 2 editions I would sit behind my phone on race days and check out the hashtags of the race so I could see how everything looked and which price the winners would get.  Continue reading

Airstream


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The most unique experience during the California road trip was definitely the night we slept in an airstream. When Paul first told me that he had booked a night for us in an airstream that was parked on someone’s driveway, I was immediately very excited. Most of the people I know have had at least one camping vacation with their family, but I never did that, so you can probably imagine how excited I was to ‘camp’ in this airstream. Continue reading

Driving on the beach in Oceano Dunes


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Yesterday evening we arrived back home after having an unforgettable week of roadtrippin’ along the west coast. We saw amazing things, stayed at unique places, were surrounded by the sweetest people and just had a great time doing what we love.

The first stop on our road trip was an unforgettable one. Continue reading

Big Sur


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One of the stops on our road trip I was very exciting about was Big Sur. I had seen lots of pictures of this place and it totally met my expectations. The drive was beautiful and the views were amazing. Every couple of miles we made little stops so I could take some pictures. I also had the most delicious tomato soup at Nepenthe, a little restaurant with a great view in the middle of the Big Sur mountains. Definitely a place to go if you get hungry on the way.  Continue reading