This week I had no guest lined up and had no real topic I wanted to cover on my own so Just figured I would tell you, the listeners, about some of my favorite spots along the Oregon coast to adventure to for the summer. From the Peter Iredale Shipwreck to Samuel H Boardman Scenic Corridor the Oregon coast is unlike any other coast line in the world. Thank for Listening
Lost in Transit Podcast
This week my pal Bryan Daugherty stops by to record an episode of 10 questions. Bryan is a Commercial and Travel Photographer who hails from the Pacific Northwest. The questions asked are below
The 10 questions are as follows.
1) Window or Aisle seat?
2) Least Favorite place in the world?
3) Street food, Delicious or Gross?
4) What is one thing you cannot travel without?
5) Good or Bad What is the most interesting thing you've ever tasted?
6) What is your biggest fear while traveling?
7) What were the first and last countries you visited?
8) Planes, Trains or Automobiles, How do you prefer to travel?
9) If you could travel with one person for one week and then never see or hear from them ever again who would it be?
10) Have you ever been anywhere that turned out to be totally different to how you imagined? If so, How?
Useful links from the podcast
Joey L (Bryan’s Answer to question 9 Instagram) Website
Other podcast Bryan had a part of
The weather is getting warmer and our desire to be outside is growing stronger. So for those of you who are looking to hit the open road and see some of the beauty that America has to offer I've put together this little list of National Parks that are rarely visited. So if you're looking to get outside and escape the crowds this podcast is for you.
So Jessica and I are in the middle of planning a trip to China in May and we needed to get our visas but after finding out the closest consulate was in San Fran we decided to use a 3rd party. After a Google search we found a company with an office in Seattle, We made a day trip out of going and having them do our visas for us. In this episode you will find out how we did our visas for china as well as a trick to get around needing confirmation of where you’re staying. I hope you enjoy the podcast.