…Life is way too short to suffer through shoe-induced achy feet. Besides, you can’t put your best face—rather, foot—forward at work or a cocktail party if you’re silently enduring numb and pinched toes while teetering on 4-inch spikes.
Newsflash! Patagonia has become retro-cool. It’s no longer just for dirt bags who go ice climbing in Norway without showering for days. According to a recent New York Times Style article, it “has become the outdoorsy label of choice for the stylish set…”
On the last day of our Canadian adventure, the weather was sparkling and sunny again. Andrew came up with the great idea to do a little field trip to Montmorency Falls, located about eight miles from Quebec City. Their claim to fame is being 100 feet taller than Niagara Falls but don’t go expecting anything […]
Our Canadian adventure continues with photos from our one and only full day in Quebec City. With glorious weather on our side, we covered a lot of ground…
On Day Four, we savored every last moment in Old Montreal before catching the train to Quebec City. I wanted to capture some of the quirky details that brought such character to the neighborhood.
On our last full day in Montreal, we decided to slow things down: the number of places to visit, the frequency of our photo-taking, and our overall pace. We ended up exploring two vastly different places within the same general vicinity. First up was the hipster paradise of the Plateau, the eclectic, bohemian land of […]