Author Archives: Julie
Click here to buy prints from this post We made it to San Diego and stopped at another car repair shop, seeking an alignment and ending up with new brakes. Finally our bad luck ran out and we enjoyed a beautiful sunset and lots of great beer.
Click here to buy prints from this post continued from last week’s Tire Blow-Out post… So after a night in Joshua Tree National Park we drove to Palm Springs to get Pearson’s glasses fixed and procure four new tires. As an aside, someone please tell me the appeal Palm Springs. Seriously, I don’t get it. It’s […]
Click here to buy prints from this post I have had so many amazing, beautiful, perfect experiences, but it’s the imperfect ones– the truly disastrous ones– that are the most memorable and often the most humorous. They become funny in their absurdity, funny in their improbability, funny in the confluence of events that can, thankfully, never […]
Click here to buy prints from this post On Valentine’s Day we drove 650 miles across Texas: from San Antonio to El Paso and then up to Alamogordo, New Mexico (it was an easy but exhausting way to spend a pointless “holiday”).
Click here to buy prints from this post We hightailed it out of Arkansas, trying to stay one step ahead of the winter storm that had been following us for days. We made it to Dallas and briefly checked out some sights.
Click here to buy prints from this post We left Memphis and drove through Arkansas just ahead of a nasty winter storm. We checked out Little Rock and then continued on to Hope, Arkansas, the childhood home of Bill Clinton.
Click here to buy prints from this post In Memphis we watched the ducks exit the fountain and make their way to the roof of The Peabody Hotel. A video posted by Julia Wrona (@jwrona) on Feb 11, 2014 at 6:07am PST We heard about so many cool bars in Memphis and saw a lot of action […]
Click here to buy prints from this post We left New Orleans heading north along the Mississippi River and stopped in Natchez, Mississippi. I have read a bit about the history of the town and I enjoy Greg Iles’s books, many of which are set in Natchez. I expected some life on a Friday, but it was […]
Click here to buy prints from this post After a week on the beach we took off to drive the Gulf Coast. We passed through Tallahassee and Pensacola; Mobile, Biloxi, and Gulfport; through the Irish Bayou, and into New Orleans where we spent a few days.
Click here to buy prints from this post Last winter we drove south to escape the polar vortex and spent a week in New Symrna Beach, Florida staying in a tiny condo across from the Atlantic Ocean. Even though it rained for most of our stay, it was wonderful to be warm and to photograph the […]