July Roundup: A Photo Journal

As July closes out, I’ve been reflecting a bit on the past two months. Do you remember my post back in June? This one hints at it, too. The good news is that the “challenges” mentions are now behind me. And July ended up being a really fun month. There were 4th of July celebrations, hiking adventures, my first glamping experience, a day trip to Tomales Bay, a longer trip back home, and more!

So here we are: A recap of a great month spent with good friends, family, and beautiful places. Enjoy!


Long afternoon hikes out on Mount Tamalpais might be one of my favorite things.


Beautiful sunsets that only San Francisco (and Karl the Fog) can create.



The gorgeous roses (and really all kinds of flowers) of the Marina District.



Scenes around the San Francisco Ferry Building. And heck, even inside the San Francisco Ferry Building.


When the sunlight hits just right out in Marin Country. Already missing these views.



Still lovin’ on some of my favorite spots in San Francisco. I even got to bring a new friend this time!



The time I got to spend a few days in the most adorable tiny house. Make sure to read about it – It was such a lovely experience.



Spending time with the team shucking oysters in Tomales Bay. Oh, and a pit-stop for ice cream out by Stinson Beach.


Cruisin’ around Minnesota back roads in my Dad’s little red convertible.


When you feel like you’re on a movie street while exploring North Beach.

So what do you think? A pretty lively July I must say. It might be one of my favorite months this year. But there all kinds of goodies coming up, and I can’t wait to share them with you!

Let’s go places,

What’s your favorite photo from the collection above? Tell me which one (and why!) in the comments section below.

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