Downtown Container Park // Las Vegas

The Container Park in Las Vegas is a recent addition to the downtown landscape, built as a part of the Downtown Project. Made out of repurposed shipping containers, the Container Park is a sort of open-air mall. It’s home to many restaurants and shops, all of which are local. The outdoor space is filled with… Continue reading Downtown Container Park // Las Vegas

Chinese New Year Display at the Bellagio Conservatory

Since today is the start of the Lunar New Year, I decided the best way to kick off my coverage of last week’s trip to Las Vegas would be to show you the beautiful display at the Bellagio Conservatory. The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio in Las Vegas features seasonal horticultural exhibits throughout… Continue reading Chinese New Year Display at the Bellagio Conservatory

Denver Art Museum // Denver, CO

I could have spent all day in the Denver Art Museum; considering the terrible weather that day, I probably should have. The DAM includes two main buildings: the angular building designed by Frederic C. Hamilton–the main museum entrance in the Civic Center Cultural Complex–and the seven-floor north building, where most of the artwork is displayed.… Continue reading Denver Art Museum // Denver, CO

Fort Worden State Park // Port Townsend, Washington

It was the Fourth of July. It was a scorching hot afternoon in terms of western Washington weather–somewhere in the low 80’s. Our boss let us leave work a few hours early, which is almost unheard of in farm world. My co-workers and I decided to take advantage of our freedom, so we hopped in… Continue reading Fort Worden State Park // Port Townsend, Washington