At the beginning of the year, I was having a discussion with a good friend of mine, Matt, and he was telling me how he was proud of me going out and exploring the world going on adventures and doing with my dog
Everytime I drove past this place which was across the Bart station in Lafayette, California I was curious as to what it was. A big hill with thousands of crosses along with a sign that indicated a number at the top as you can see in the picture. I did some research and come to find out its called #hillofcrosses or Crosses of Lafayette. A memorial for all the men and women that have been killed in #iraq during the #iraqifreedom #war so it meant a little more than any other memorial since I am still serving in the air force. 6981 have lost their lives of the other day. I may not serve on the front line but I have the utmost respect for these soldiers putting their life on the line to protect our country and give us our freedom. If you are in the area I would recommend stopping by and have a moment of silence for the fallen. Murica!
Today i was surfing the internet searching for places to travel to and I stumbled upon an article about a man named Justin Carmack on a class trip to Mozambique and decided to stay behind with only $400 in his pocket. He found his passion in traveling and started writing about it. This motivated me to say "Why the hell not and create a blog about my travels." Here I am starting my first blog about the journey to venture the little unknown yet beautiful destinations to the heavily popular tourist spots with my handy-dandy GoPro 4 and Sony Xperia Zv3 sharing pictures for your enjoyment.