Aren Elliott explores the beach in Neskowin, Ore.
We just spent a week exploring the beaches and dunes near Lincoln City, Neskowin and Pacific City, Ore. The desolation of this coast is is spellbinding. It’s where minimalists go on vacation.
Read more “A report from the Oregon coast, where minimalists vacation”
Iden Elliott on the rocks at Glass Beach near Fort Bragg, Calif.
Mendocino, Calif. — or “Mendo” as the locals call it — is the third stop on our West Coast tour. (We started in
Las Vegas and then drove to San Diego.)
By the way,
here’s our full report from our family travel website.
Read more “Making the most of Mendocino”
These shacks at the end of Crystal Pier on Mission Beach were among the highlights of my visit to Southern California last week. You can actually
stay in one of the larger cottages right on the pier, which is something I’ve never seen.
San Diego, the second stop on our month-long tour of the West Coast, was quite the experience. I had a chance to reconnect with long-lost relatives and to meet up with the folks at Hertz, who introduced
a few interesting new concepts for rental cars.
Read more “A few missed opportunities in San Diego — and a hit or two”
This is your brain. This is your brain on Vegas.
quite, but this is my favorite memory of Las Vegas, seen from the upper deck of a Big Bus tour. It’s the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health building designed by famed architect Frank Gehry.
It’s supposed to represent the different hemispheres of the brain, but I think it more aptly describes what’s going on in your head after a week of nonstop partying.
Read more “What happened in Vegas? (And does it really stay here?)”
It’s hard to believe this is our third time to Hilton Head Island in a year. But here we are. It’s summertime in South Carolina.
Read more “From Hilton Head, with love”