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Interstellar Orchard: Balancing blogging and travel

Interstellar Orchard: Balancing blogging and travel

WASHINGTON — When I go to someplace I’ve never been before, lets say a new national park, there are always conflicting thoughts about how to document my experience there. If I take a lot of pictures and video, I’ve captured the moment to share with the internet. But because I’m focusing on how best to share the location with others, I’m not experiencing it as fully myself.

Blogging works a little differently. If the best photos aren’t your primary concern, you get the good content for a blog post by being present and taking in what you see and feel about a location, and write it up after the fact. Which is maybe why I still insist on using a phone to take my photos instead of a real camera – it’s quicker, and I want to maximize the amount of time I’m actually experiencing a new location. I want to be fully immersed in it, it makes for a better blog post.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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