3 years ago
All posts by Bren Herrera
Where’s My Bag? Industry Overload??
Rewind to Jan' 07. We're celebrating our ?? b-day, the three of us. We book an unheard of deal for a week in Acapulco, Mexico, laying our heads at the Grand Mayan Resort. Thanks mom and dad. Extravagant, surreal, paradise...yeah, yeah, all those mushy terms we...Read more →
The Law of Attraction
Somewhere in S. Florida- Spring '07I must like the highway. It offers some solace. After all, it too is lonely at 2:30 in the morning. It's quiet. An occasional object sound of wind. Black pavement turned gray from so much rubber friction. Flickering lights th...Read more →
Oops, I did it again!
If you read the 285, 85, 95, 485 blog below you'll be surprised that I did it again! I failed miserably at maintaining the commitment to not enduring another 8.5 painful hours of pure boredom. I was so bored, I almost turned on the video camera to record the 6...Read more →
I Think I’ll Move to France
So this place my parents took me to was incredible. Full of quiet mornings with a serene stream pushing water behind the house we stayed in, turning twenty something in a few days wasn't so bad after all. I ate the best damn goat cheese ever, went g...Read more →
I Don’t Have Road Rage!
Atlanta is definitely an interesting city. I've never seen anything like it. I've never had such interesting enounters in such a short period of time. But nothing beats what I'm about to share with you. The situation below happened back in August '06.Most in ...Read more →
Why is gas $3.10? Why is airfare $260, one-way, for a 1:15 hour flight? Oh yeah, the $3.10 is for regular. Highway robbery. Pun intended. ****Driving up the four interstate highways is never fun. 8 hours and 45 minutes of reading ugly brown signs bearing names...Read more →
So You Want To Raft?
RIO GRANDE GORGE, TAOS, NM- I fell out the damn kayak! I spoke too soon and took a gulp of Rio Grande water. Cisqo did everything he could to keep from laughing.After a 1 mile hike down a steep & rocky trail, we made it to the "middle box" of the Rio Grand...Read more →