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Travel Couple ♡ danny+ashley  ❥ Living our lives for experiences instead of things ❥ Follow us as we travel the world indefinitely! 📍New York🗽🇺🇸 🔜 California 🌞🌊

Is it too early to start looking forward to next summer??
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If you’ve been watching our stories, you know we’ve been taking a break in New York City (our favorite city!) the last few months. It’s been a necessary recharge before we set out on another year of travel, which is looking like our busiest yet, with us visiting 5 continents. The adventures continue next month!
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If you‘re curious what we’ve been up to in NYC, check out the NYC bubble in our profile 😉

Where pink sand meets aqua blue water is our heaven 💙

Still one of our favorite views anywhere

Hard to believe that summer’s almost over 😭. But we already booked a trip back to Greece next summer 😃! Going back through these pics from last summer and already fantasizing about it. Can you blame us??

Just checking out 750,000 year-old basalt columns flanking a double-waterfall flowing into a heart-shaped pool of turquoise water #typicalday

We’ve been in New York City the past 2 months catching a breath after 2 years of travel, and as much as we love the big city life, there’s nothing quite like the coast 💙

The Samuel H Boardman State Park is probably the best kept secret in Oregon. And you can hike the Oregon Coast Trail through 27 miles of it, with views like this around every corner. If you’re ever in Oregon (or Northern California 😉), carve out an extra day (or two) and make sure you come here!

Beach days, Oregon style 🤙🏽
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Oregon doesn’t have many accessible beaches, but it has a bunch of rivers! And scenes like this weren’t uncommon during our road trip 🏖☀️

Crater Lake is literally too blue to be real. Swipe to see the rainbow of colors sliding down its snowy rim.
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Fun Facts:
At 1949’ it’s the deepest lake in the US.
It’s also one of the snowiest places in Oregon and is only accessible June through mid-October.
It receives 44’ of snow each winter!
It was formed from a massive volcanic eruption, as opposed to a meteor (it’s essentially the base of what used to be a hugely tall volcano).

Nothing quite like that Oregon coast 🤘🏽.
Exploring the coast was at the top of our list, and the Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Corridor gave Australia’s Great Ocean Road a run for its money! 🏆

The best thing is traveling somewhere new and having it surprise you. Oregon was definitely one of those experiences (in a good way 😉).
Has that ever happened to you? Please share; we’d love to hear!

Finding natural hot springs in the forest?? Heck ya! Seeing pictures of this place on Instagram almost single-handedly made us want to go to Oregon. And we probably wouldn’t have known it existed otherwise. One of the benefits of social media for sure... but one of the drawbacks being that places like this can change pretty dramatically once they get overrun with people. Being able to enjoy it for a couple hours with no one around was one of the magical experiences we had in Oregon. So in apparent Instagram tradition, we won’t be geo-tagging it, and you’ll have to do some research to find it like we did 😉

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