Traveling, moving, discovering... I’m still talking about my sewing journey but rarely about my numerous family trips made in the US or out of this giant country.
Except the people who follow me here and there, you don’t really know how much all these incredible lands seen throughout our trips amaze and inspire me. Since I’m launching soon my collection of textiles designed with photos, here is a good pretext for sharing some of the beautiful pictures that feed our lives, our hearts and more personally, my passion for designing fabrics and sewing.
Here I’m talking about our memorable journey lastly made in Death Valley, it’s a late post, we have been there this winter in RV for a “true American experience”, as we love to say. Our girls were thrilled; you can imagine the excitement for traveling in a house on wheels. For us it was a mix of excitement and stress, driving and dealing with such a big truck. But it was so much fun, it’s definitely worth doing it!
Look at how big it was, comfort guaranteed! We even brought our survival kit: raclette machine (and cheese), a Molki game and telescope (and marshmallows) ^^ So after the partial move of the house to the RV we were ready for our road trip and a 3 days stay under the see level…
Fortunately, hubby is not only a good driver but also a talented photographer. He always fills our family memory book with gorgeous pictures of landscapes and handsome portraits of the kids. I feel very thankful not only for the family book but also, because without him, I wouldn’t be able to proper