This post isn't my typical style; however, I had to share since my crafty husband just completed a fantastic project for our place. We've been collecting bottle caps for what seems like forever (um, about 8 years to be exact). What started as a fun way to chronicle our love of microbrews grew into a massive collection of caps from all over the world (although I admit there's quite a number of PBR's in there!).
This mosaic-style bottle cap table has a hard, poured resin surface-- very pub-like.
Bottle Cap Table with Poured Resin Surface - More DIY How To Projects
I've been thinking. I don't like my Northface luggage anymore.
Sure, she's rugged, tough and red. She managed herself ok on the hostel circuit. I didn't worry about her and the grimey-fingered airport baggage handlers. Yep, that was me dragging her up the escalators with a force that belies my 5'1 frame. And when we finally got home, she wasn't hurt when I irreverently tossed her in the basement paying no heed to our past travels together.
But isn't it time for a long-term relationship? Yes...I'm ready to invest in the real thing. I want to coo at my luggage and find a permanent spot for her in my life. She could just hang out in the living room with me while I watch True Blood.
Ok, considering my budget will always be more gypsy backpacker and less haute traveler, I need to manage my expectations. I seriously don't think I could roll through the typical Asian bus station with Louis in tow.
But if it was good enough for the Wes Anderson boys....then just maybe....
"If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay home." ~ James Michener
Spur of the moment trip to Costa Rica & Panama this weekend.
Looking forward to sodas, surf lessons and shabby chic cabinas.