A multi series family road trip through the southwest, over 14 days and 3200 miles. As told through photography.
"You never know where you're at until you've gone too far."
Part 1: The Sand Dunes
As per the norm nowadays, we were looking for a way to detach. Not so much from smart devices, but from commitment. From obligation. The soccer game. Birthday party. Work get together. Piano lesson. Coffee meeting. GoT night. It's endless. Ask any peers how they are doing and you're sure to get the reply,"BUSY". Even those with lighter work loads still maintain this mantra and automatic reply. We purposely had a very loose schedule on this trip. We had a route we wanted to take and a date set for the end of the trip but the next stop was always mapped as we travelled. That being said we kept a brisk pace, never staying in one place very long. Not once did me or my wife even mention the word "Busy" in 14 days.