frontera grill.

so i thought this was deserving of its on post, because it seriously was the best margarita and guacamole i think i have ever had. with that if you ever go to chicago you must check out frontera grill! its one of rick bayless' restaurant, he is a chef on the food network, which i don't think i knew of before. anyways who cares though, seriously made my trip, thats for the tip charmaine and jeff! with that here are a few pictures to make your mouth water and wish you had been there with us.

return from the midwest.

so most of our friends and family know where we went, because i think we bragged about it forever. but for those who didn't know we got to go to Chi-Town as Kanye would say, but to the normal crowd Chicago. i can honestly say I loved it! i just love big cities though too. that many museums and parks in such a small radius what artist wouldn't. we had both never been before and got to go for super cheep because cal poly payed for most of it ($500 bucks each) because we were attended "The Pack Expo." if i remember correctly, it is or is one of the largest packaging expos in the world. it was crazy, soo big, to big to walk around it in heals for sure. it was also in the largest convention center i have ever been at. the place was almost too big, we found out the last day as we were leaving that we acutally missed one whole room of the show. when i say room, think of something more the size of a huge airplane hanger. anyways, the expo was exciting and overwhelming but the best part was exploring the city! we took public transportation everywhere, it was pretty cheep, fast, and goes all over even all the way to the airport. i have to say the system there is even way better than new york and i thought that was fab. haha. we did a lot of walking, not to much shopping, lots of picture talking, went to three museums, the planetarium, and tried to go ice skating. ( it was supposed to open the last night we were there, but the weather was too nice. lame. ) of course we checked out "the bean," saw lots of public art in the parks, and a first for me... we went to an ice hockey game! it was sooo fun and totally worth it we were hard core and thanks to erik and chelsea we had jerseys! we totally pulled off being locals, haha. i would have to say chicago was one of the best trips ty and have gone on. as a side note, we loved the weather it was nice to get out of California's heat and make our peacoats usefully for once. although we did look crazy, because the locals were saying it was bathing suit weather and there we were hats, scarves, gloves and doubled up on jackets. i dunno if i could handle the crazy wind they get, we never got to experience that. here are a few of my favorite pictures from the trip if you wanna see a bigger collection check out the chicago web gallery we made here. there are two pages worth of pictures and that wasn't even all of them!

yosemite web gallery.

so here are two of my favorite pictures from our yosemite trip, we have already talked about going again next year, but we think we might go explore another park! anyways also for your visual enjoyment check out the yosemite web gallery here.

a start to the adventure.

tyler and i have decided that a blog for the two of us might be a fun idea. i needed to take some of the stuff like this off ivegoneGRAPHiC and a lot of the side things had to do to with tyler anyways... like the tomatoes and something i dont think i ever really talked about like the bike collection we have going. so now here is where it all will go. there might be a lot trickling in over the next couple weeks because we have a lot of little things going on and we just got back from Yosemite so we have fun picks to share. we leave you here because it is the Sunday night before the last fall quarter of school! crazy... but at the same time great, the end is near. toodles for now.