Sunday, April 26, 2015

So, What the Hell is Stagecoach NOLA?!?

The age of the stagecoach is gone. No longer do our illustrious citizens or southern debutants look for safe passage to the American West via a four horse luxurious carriage. Today's methods are a bit different, with more horsepower and possibly greater luxury. At this point of transition is where Endeavor comes in, but sadly we are not as illustrious as our historical counterparts.

Our stagecoach is my Jeep, Endeavor. James Shaw and myself are on our own personal journey via this modern stagecoach and we want to share our adventure.

(-photo courtesy of James Shaw)

Stagecoach NOLA is a photographic odyssey across the enchanted land; New Mexico.

One of my favorite states, New Mexico exhibits a great degree of diversity. The state has a prominent position in the history of the United States as one of the oldest colonized and inhabited places. In contrast New Mexico, in its natural environments, ranges from desert plateaus, juniper highlands, white sands, deep canyons, stunning caverns and mountain peaks up to 13,000ft. New Mexico, the land of enchantment, also is a cultural destination being the home of many Native American tribal lands and cultures. This is the experience we are after.

Stagecoach NOLA is an attempt to view and document these things and show you a glimpse of what New Mexico has to offer.

We have been on the road for six days now and will be out until the last day of the month. If you haven't ever followed a live adventure before this is your chance! Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook with the hashtag #StagecoachNOLA and if you are really adventurous follow my SnapChat @Rockintrees.


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