Lindsay is an award-winning journalist with over a decade of experience as a writer/editor, producer and photographer covering travel, lifestyle, culture, arts, food, and all facets that make life a journey. She calls Los Angeles home when she's there, but prefers to leave the city for the mountains and open spaces as often as possible. She loves cooking, gardening, live music, hiking with her three rescue dogs, and nothing beats cheese and wine during a spectacular sunset. If you can't find her, she's trekking through a jungle, seeking a seeker, admiring wildlife, or on a plane, quite possibly jumping out of it when the adrenaline junkie is at her best. She is the co-founder of Voyage Vixens.
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It’s been awhile since I’ve updated my website! The spring and summer was a busy season of travel — a whirlwind couple of months with visits to Moab, Utah and Austin in April, Puerto Rico and Toronto in May, and Murphys, California; Oahu, Hawaii; and Bellingham, Washington in June! That was followed by a little [...]
A road trip to Murphys, California was launched the adventures in June. “Where?” you ask. Exactly. Off-the-beaten path at its finest. Located about 2.5 hours east of San Francisco at the foothills of the Sierras, Murphys is a tiny little town with a whole lotta awesomeness. From the gourmet food to the fantastic small-production wines [...]
Toronto was like coming home. It was the first place I ever traveled to when I was six months old to visit my Canadian family. And it’s been the one city I’ve visited at least once every year or two ever since. But most of my time in Toronto was always with family, so while [...]
My birthday month of May kicked off in Puerto Rico with a rollicking week of adventure with the highlight being zip lining the world’s highest and second longest – The Beast! Part of Puerto Rico’s Toro Verde adventure haven, the Beast is in a category all its own, going head first, stomach to the ground [...]
While I had to make a pilgrimage to some old standards (Salt Lick barbecue, anyone?) and got to visit with dear friends, I also experienced some new places that can be added to my ever-growing list of must-do’s in Austin, such as La Condesa (lacondesaaustin.com). Home to the orgasmic El Cubico margarita (whole leaf tobacco-infused [...]
April began with a few incredible days in Moab, Utah. This gorgeous Southern Utah gem is full of outdoorsy adventure, my favorite of which was canyoneering, rappelling down 120-foot cliffs of gorgeous red rocks. Whether jeeping or mountain biking, the breathtaking landscapes are as good as it gets! This was also my first visit to [...]
A recent trip to Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula was heavenly. The time of year was perfect to visit – hot, yes, but not yet so humid or buggy that it was uncomfortable. I had been to Cozumel and Cancun previously, but never to the Riviera Maya or the various Mayan ruins around the peninsula. They were [...]
Being a fan of the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon state, I was excited to explore one of the cities I’d never visited: Scottsdale. I was impressed with the diversity of outdoor activities, great restaurants, and beautiful desert landscapes. But what stood out most to me was the spa culture! From the luxury and [...]
I was recently in Yosemite National Park. It had been years since I’d visited. In fact, I can pinpoint it exactly to a school trip in the fall of 7th grade. While the simple majesty of the park hadn’t changed from what I remember, seeing Yosemite in her winter glory took the experience up a [...]
The holiday of green shamrocks and leprechauns is upon us. To celebrate and get in the green spirit, here are some of my favorite recent GREEN photos!
One of the big hits at the reception for the 3rd Annual TASTE AWARDS was Estonian Chef Marika Blossfeldt‘s Quinoa Beet Salad. Since the Hollywood event, the dish has been the highlight and featured recipe at many of her book signings and speaking appearances around the country and in Estonia. The beets give this dish [...]
Saturday night was one for the record books. My little brother is a huge Ryan Adams fan. So for his 21st birthday in October, I said I’d get tickets to a Ryan Adams concert. As luck would have it, the alt-country/rock singer-songwriter was on tour and scheduled to perform at Walt Disney Concert Hall. I [...]
Two days ago, upon seeing photos of the snow and mountains on the Facebook wall of my friend and business partner, Pamela Sorensen, I got online and started checking flights. She was in Aspen, one of the few Colorado ski resorts I haven’t visited, staying at a beautiful luxury resort, The Little Nell, with her [...]
When news broke on Saturday evening about the death of Whitney Houston, it was one of those moments that many of us will remember for years on end, knowing exactly where we were, who we were with, and random details of little importance. Just as I remember exactly where I was standing when I got [...]