My Roadtrip Playlist!

Hello Everyone 

The time has come!
Summer has finally given itself a sneak peak and most have already proclaimed it has begun. Nonetheless, warmer weather is here which calls for road trips, beach days, and time out in the warm summer sun with family and/or friends. I believe the road trip or summer playlist is always an essential part to the season. Your perfect summer tunes blasting as you cruise down the highway, as your getting lost on purpose and living in the moment.
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Below I have showcased my top 15 road trip tracks that I think most of you will enjoy.
P.S – My playlist and my favourites are always changing and I would never be able to choose just one, which is why I have offered 15 of my current favourites.
What are you some of your favourite summer jams?
I would love to know!

Wye Oak – Civilian

Missy Higgins – Secret

Jose Gonzalez – Stay Alive

Chic Gamine – Days and Days

City and Colour – Comin’ Home

JP Cooper – Keep the Quiet Out

Broken Bells – Leave It Alone

A Tribe Called Red – PBC feat. Sheldon Sundon

Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar (Ben E & Falki Remix)

The Paper Kites – Featherstone

Jack Johnson – Traffic In The Sky

Asa – 360°

Gary Go – Heart and Soul

 Banks – Waiting Game (Judah Remix)

Ed Sheehan – Bloodstream

West Coast Love Affair

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Traveled up to the West Coast of Canada a few times and can never get enough the breathtaking scenery of oceans and mountains and vast landscapes. I tend to go a little picture crazy. I figured many of you would appreciate these select few, they are some of my favorite shots that I captured while I was there. I have many more from where they came from so just comment below if you’d like to see more.

Adventure Is Just Around The Corner. Literally.

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If you are anything like me, you tend to crave adventure. 

This past month, I had the chance to visit the old jails on Vaughn Street here in our little city and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The old, grotesque and odd stories of past sinister villains, public hangings and other oddities that had happened there filled my mind with awe and wonderment as I tried to picture the things we were being told; some of the stories happened as recently as the 1960’s! The tour continued as we were brought down into the basement into the actual old jail cells where they continued to tell us horrifying stories of past prisoners and other things that had gone down in the spaces we were standing.

My advice to you is that if you don’t have the funds for an extravagant trip, or if you don’t have the time or simply want to fill that void of adventure but would like to stay close to home go out and explore that area of your city or town that you’ve never been before. Book a tour of an old building or a part of your hometown that has a lot of history. You’ll be surprised to learn about things you’ve never known before in your own backyard.

Thanks for reading, Hope you are all doing well!
P.S – Stay tuned for more adventure & photography type posts, summer is here & will be full of travel! 🙂