All posts by Deja

The journey in numbers: an infographical roundup.

Throughout our trip, I kept fastidious notes and numerical tallies of every place we stopped, ate, slept, drank, got gas, and so much more. Yes, I know I’m a little […]

Destination Austin!

We arrived in Austin… and we are so happy to be here. We lucked out and quickly found an apartment located in the South Congress/South First neighborhood. It is a […]

“Roll back the rug so we can two step ’round the Christmas tree” -S. Bogguss

The holidays this year were a very different experience then I’ve ever had before. For me, Christmas has always been centered around being home in the country, my family and […]

“Maybe it’s time we got back to the basics of love” -Waylon Jennings

Upon returning to Austin from NYC, we hit the road and headed back out into the hill country to continue exploring what we had cut short to make the NYC […]

“New York provides not only a continuing excitation, but also a spectacle that is continuing.” -E.B. White

We spontaneously decided to take a side trip from the road to New York City. Our friend Gabe was launching his new business venture at Treasure & Bond, a Nordstroms […]

A guide to Texas dance halls, music venues, and honky tonks.

After a bit of research, I have compiled a map of 120 dance halls, live music venues and old-fashioned honky tonks throughout Texas. The map is still a work in […]

Everything’s bigger in Texas

Flat open land, moon dust, fast food restaurants, semi trucks, disturbingly overweight humans, and oil drilling machinery lining the horizon. I can’t decide if it feels more like some post-apocalyptic […]

A Spanish flavored enclave of art and artists

Santa Fe and Taos are especially unique from the rest of New Mexico. They stand apart both in their overwhelming abundance of arts and their architectural style. Both towns feel […]

Standing on a corner in Winslow Arizona, Such a fine sight to see.

Winslow, Sedona, Jerome and Prescott are a few Arizona towns we visited… all notable in their own unique way. “Standing on a corner in Winslow Arizona, Such a fine sight […]

The Museum Club: A Route 66 landmark since 1931

After a dancing drought since Montana… we were definitely excited to start swinging again at the Museum Club in Flagstaff, AZ. The Museum club is a memorable locale with an […]