I've had these burning questions on my mind since breaking my ankle -
"What is glamping?" one might ask? Well, it is "glamorous camping" and it is my way of easing into full-on wilderness camping. I've always wanted to go camping because the Disney Channel told me that it's a typical American summer past time. (I suppose I forget that I my parents are Chinese immigrants so that doesn't apply to me.)
Anyway, this girl needs a shower wherever she goes and the idea of not bathing for a week while camping was not something I felt ready to dive into. Instead we stayed at our humble abode below this past April:
Earth domes!!! We found this place on Airbnb --> https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/499485. Lisa, our host, was wonderful in giving us the lay of the land. It was also hyper-convenient that Joshua Tree National Park was only a few steps and a hop over the fence away!
The landscape was amazing and one of a kind. This is one of the reasons I love California - you can drive a couple of hours in any direction and you feel like you end up in a completely different part of the world.
Amateur wheel pose below from April of this year. I can see some progress from April to my paddleboard wheel pose in Belize this past September but there is still a ways to go.
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