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Day 34: Crystal Lake Cave in Dubuque, IA

Day 34: Crystal Lake Cave in Dubuque, IA I had spent all of Yesterday (the official Day 34) driving so that I could get to Dubuque, IA to see Crystal Lake Cave. By the time I had arrived it was too late to tour the cave, and I was too exhausted to set up camp for the night, so I camped at a...more
June 11th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 32: My Non-Human Friends

Day 32: My Non-Human Friends All of my friends have already expressed at how they feel about me leaving again so soon after returning, as tomorrow I will be headed out again, not to return until the end of July....but my non-human friends  usually find a way to show that they care without words. Here are a few of my...more
June 9th, 2011 | No Comments

Day 31: Shooting A Cannon

Day 31: Shooting A Cannon So, you may be wondering "What is Nicole going to be doing while she is home?" I mean...honestly..what COULD be so exciting at home that I would want to be there for a whole 4 days before I set out on my Western loop.....or rather, what could possibly get me out of bed (after such an...more
June 8th, 2011 | No Comments

Roots: Day 7, Tampa & St. Augustine, FL (Anastasia State Park)

Roots: Day 7, Tampa & St. Augustine, FL (Anastasia State Park) The roots of the sea oat plant can be 10 times the size of the plant above the sand. A grass like plant that whips around in the wind at the surface has deep ties into the sand it calls home. The roots are designed to allow the sea oat to survive on the sand...more
May 15th, 2011 | 6 Comments

Made Famous by TV/Movies

I think one of the most intriguing parts of travel is running into places that you see on TV. It can feel a bit surreal. Here's a game for you: Guess the TV show or Movie! This is a small collection of photos I have taken during many of my adventures that reminded me of...more
April 3rd, 2011 | No Comments

Welcome to GEOJEEP!

Welcome to GEOJEEP! COMING SOON! THE GRAND SUMMER ADVENTURE: Caves. Waves and Future Paves!" UPDATING TO THE WEB SOON: A Taste of Costa Rica and Washington D.C. & Baltimore (Museums, Dining & more), Orchid Care information, and Reintroducing your Tropical Plants to the Outdoors. KEEP CHECKING MY STONECREATIONS...more
January 23rd, 2011 | 2 Comments

The Beauty in Chaos: Manhattan Beach & Pasadena, CA

The Beauty in Chaos: Manhattan Beach & Pasadena, CA Chaos is an event that is typically taken in a negative light, but chaos can be a good thing. It is the one thing that can take life out of your control and allow you to experience things you would have never been able to do so otherwise. Chaos is...more
January 1st, 2010 | No Comments

The Hollywood Story

Hollywood is a place of show. Everyone is trying hard to be who they think others want them to be. Walking down the streets lined with celebrity look-alikes and rising artists “giving away” sample cds for a small donation it’s easy to get swept up in the ...more
December 31st, 2009 | 2 Comments