Posts Tagged ‘Movies’

Helsingborg – CPH – YYC – Canmore – Nelson – Victoria

Hey friends,

This time around leaving my family was extra hard.  It’s testing my conviction that a life here in Canada is the road I want to go. Read the rest of this entry »

The NEW S-MART.SE… [EDIT: 090522]

[EDIT: 090522] – Looks like the test blog is soon ready to shoulder the main site. Just have to tweak the CSS script for the calendar so it fits my colours better, other than that, the pictures are online, the movies are online the blog works as it should and the categories likewise…. Read the rest of this entry »

Picture and Video Gallery – UPDATED!!!

FINALLY! I have found a way to gather everything on S-MART.SE.

My pictures in a nice gallery displayed neatly at gallery.s-mart.se, my filmclips displayed at movies.s-mart.se, no need to go anywhere else but here to enjoy the Adventurous Life Documented!

Mt St Helens – Mt Rainer – Seattle – Vancouver and the road back to Bow Valley

STATE PARK MT ST HELENS – MT RAINER NATIONAL PARK – SEATTLE – VANCOUVER

I headed northeast towards Mt St Helens National Volcanic Site and State Park, when I got to the visitorcentre it was all cloudy and they adviced me not to go up the LONG (>100km) drive up to see some gray clouds and then drive the same road all the way back… Read the rest of this entry »

Redwood NP – Crater Lake NP – Coos Bay – Oregon Dunes – Portland

REDWOOD STATE & NATIONAL PARK – CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK – COOS BAY – OREGON DUNES – PORTLAND

I am glad that I went to Sequoia National Park as well, coz Redwood State and National Parks was a bit of a disappointment. Surely the park was beautiful and the Pacific Coast Hwy offered mulitple of “Kodak Moments” but the “wow factor” was alot bigger in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Read the rest of this entry »

Monteray Bay – San Francisco – Golden Gate – Alcatraz – Fort Point – Napa Valley

MONTERAY BAY – SAN FRANCISCO –

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE – ALCATRAZ – FORT POINT – PRESIDIO – NAPA VALLEY

From Yosemite it was pretty straight forward west on the highway to reach the coast again. I decided that I wanted to visit the famous (for me at least) Monterey Bay Aquarium. This was a HUGE disappointment. Read the rest of this entry »

Los Padres NF – Sequioa NP – Kings Canyon NP – Sierra NF – Yosemite NP

LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST – SEQUIOA NATIONAL FOREST/MONUMENT/PARK – KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARK – SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST –

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

After leaving Camp25 at the coast, I followed Pacific Coast Highway north for another hour or so, went through Ventura where a friend studied a few years ago, to see the town she lived in and how things looked around there.

From Ventura I went due north-northeast, moving away from the coast Read the rest of this entry »

LA – Universial Studios – Hollywood – NBC Jay Leno – Santa Monica

LOS ANGELES – UNIVERSIAL STUDIOS – HOLLYWOOD – NBC JAY LENO TONIGHT SHOW – SANTA MONICA – BEVERLY HILLS – SUNSET BLVD

Not many other cities around the world are so hyped-up as the one I just came from and the one I was driving to next. Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

I stayed at the Adventure hostel, about 35min south of Hollywood. Nice comfortable place, more like a youth hostel than anything else, big pool and nice atmosphere all around. Read the rest of this entry »

Route66 – Hoover Dam – Las Vegas – Joshua Tree and Mojave Deserts

ROUTE 66 – HOOVER DAM – LAS VEGAS

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK – MOJAVE DESERT NATIONAL PRESERVE

“It’s the longest stretch left of the historic Route 66, I suggest you take it!” said the old lady in the information centre. So I did!

Listening to country music, rolling through the farming fields on this historic highway that everybody around the world have heard about… it was something! Read the rest of this entry »

Grand Canyon NP – North and South Rim

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK – NORTH RIM & SOUTH RIM

After being out on the roads for close to twenty days, going through some spectacular countryside andseveral canyons, the awe-experience I expected from the Grandest canyon of them all was hyped up.

When I got to the North Rim, I was surpriced to see Read the rest of this entry »