anna brones

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In Honor of Fathers (and Daughters)

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Anna-and-Dad

I wrote this piece a couple of years ago for EcoSalon, right after my father and I had gone on a road trip together. Just a few weeks ago I was traveling across a well known route between Washington and Utah, headed to Moab for a few days of exploring red rock. Road trips have always been a tradition, and we try to keep it as such. I realize how special trips like these are, and how conscious we are about both making time for them. And that’s what a healthy relationship is: making time for each other.

I reread the essay today in honor of Father’s Day, and figured it was worth reposting. Because the special father daughter bond always deserves appreciation.

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Written by Anna Brones

June 15, 2014 at 13:39

Friday Photo: Two Weeks in Three Shots

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Seven states, six national parks, and one film festival, all in one road trip. From this…

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Written by Anna Brones

June 4, 2010 at 08:53

Classic road trips: The Oregon Coast

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I finally managed to get my thoughts and photos together for a feature post over at Gadling on road-tripping the Oregon Coast; it’s not extensive, just a quick and dirty guide to good stuff to do and see. That gave me a good chance to go through pictures from the late summer coastal excursion, which was an excellent mood-booster for a gray fall day… not that I am complaining, but there is something to be said for reminiscing over summer adventures.

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Written by Anna Brones

September 25, 2008 at 13:51

Posted in Portfolio, Travel

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