Tour Update: Stuffed with Seafood and Pizza

A week after leaving home, the Sandy Puc Creative Edge Kids Tour and Gypsy Family Caravan are still plugging along…

We're all still in great spirits as we made our way through California and up to the Northwest.

On the way to Sacramento before Wednesday night’s show, we decided to stop at the pier and have a bite of seafood, because living in a land-locked state like Colorado doesn’t provide you with such luxuries. We ate more shrimp, crab and calamari than you could imagine!

You can't get this kind of seafood in Colorado!

After we were stuffed to the gill, believe it or not, we decided that we could not leave without getting some of the famous Tony’s Napoletana Pizza. We ordered 2 pies, and they were 22 inches each! We could not even fit them in the car!

The box was so big, we could not get it in the door!

The Sacramento show was fantastic. We finally got our missing display images, which helped make the final layout look absolutely gourgous. The crowd was fun, and I could feel their energy radiate as I was teaching.

Rest stop in northern California right before crossing into Oregon. Love the light!

Yesterday was dedicated to driving, and then driving some more, as we made our way up to the beautiful Northwest for shows tonight in Portland and Saturday in Seattle. The weather up here is refreshingly cooler, and the scenery is absolutely phenomenal with all the picturesque pines and lakes.

What's a road trip without the junk food?

Can’t wait for tonight’s seminar in the City of Roses!

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The 2010 Sandy Puc’ Nomad Adventure | And the winner is… Greece!

Wow! What a wonderful start to my day. Today is my birthday, and I am so thankful for all of the birthday wishes. I am off to Las Vegas to start the birthday fun, where I will be seeing Roger Water’s in concert. Yes, Roger Water’s and I heard it’s amazing. Then, Saturday and Sunday are going to be filled with more Vegas fun with family and friends. As always, I will post pictures.

From Vegas I am off to California to meet with our friends at SmugMug (www.smugmug.com), Bay Photo (www.bayphoto.com) and our top secret possible guest for the 2012 Workflow Tour. I will keep you posted.

And last but not least is… Greece! You guys voted, and with your help, I have finally selected my destination. I have scheduled and booked my annual “Sandy Puc’ Nomad Adventure” to take place for 48 hours (or less) during the first weekend of December this year. While I’m there, I will not sleep and push myself to reach new shooting boundaries. Turkey was breathtaking last year, and I’m excited to see what Greece will bring. Thank you all for your suggestions and encouragement. This is going to be awesome.

I hope you all are enjoying your long holiday weekend.

Sandy 🙂

 

The 2010 Sandy Puc' Nomad Adventure | And the winner is… Greece!

Wow! What a wonderful start to my day. Today is my birthday, and I am so thankful for all of the birthday wishes. I am off to Las Vegas to start the birthday fun, where I will be seeing Roger Water’s in concert. Yes, Roger Water’s and I heard it’s amazing. Then, Saturday and Sunday are going to be filled with more Vegas fun with family and friends. As always, I will post pictures.

From Vegas I am off to California to meet with our friends at SmugMug (www.smugmug.com), Bay Photo (www.bayphoto.com) and our top secret possible guest for the 2012 Workflow Tour. I will keep you posted.

And last but not least is… Greece! You guys voted, and with your help, I have finally selected my destination. I have scheduled and booked my annual “Sandy Puc’ Nomad Adventure” to take place for 48 hours (or less) during the first weekend of December this year. While I’m there, I will not sleep and push myself to reach new shooting boundaries. Turkey was breathtaking last year, and I’m excited to see what Greece will bring. Thank you all for your suggestions and encouragement. This is going to be awesome.

I hope you all are enjoying your long holiday weekend.

Sandy 🙂