Welcome, we’re so glad you’re here!
In the fall of 2014, we had just moved to St. Louis, Missouri. Logan was starting his first year of Optometry School while
We never dreamed that Pages of Travel would become more than just a hobby we enjoyed working on together. But we are thankful for the countless opportunities it has provided us and it is all due to readers like you. We enjoy expanding our creativity through our travel guides on our website and sharing our photography and videos on Instagram. But we also have found joy in building a community of passionate travelers.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT US
Growing up I spent most of my childhood in Des Moines, Iowa but my family was always on the move. My desire for travel started after spending time in NYC working with a dance program. However, my love for cities goes hand-in-hand with how much I enjoy spending time in small towns and the outdoors. In fact, more often than not, I prefer visiting these intimate locations!
When I’m not sharing travel content you can often find me reading a book, playing a game on my Nintendo Switch, checking out biking or hiking trails, finding new places to eat, or babying my plant collection and our dog, Bentley.
Growing up in Southeast Missouri, I was fortunate to have the Ozark Mountains and Mississippi Delta at my doorstep. As a kid, you’d always find my family on the water whether it be wakeboarding, fishing, or swimming. I have always loved learning about new cultures and the historical sites of every place we visit. One of my most cherished memories while traveling was being able to visit Otaru, Japan, the city my grandmother was born and raised in.
When I’m not working as an optometrist or taking photographs I enjoy playing video games, mountain biking, checking out local restaurants, and watching anime.
Bentley is by far the most popular member of Pages of Travel! He is a puggle (pug and beagle mix). We adopted him in 2015 and he has been with us on many adventures ever since.
Bentley’s favorite activities involve anything that involves food (especially peanut butter), going on evening walks, and trying to figure out which of his many beds he wants to sleep in for one of his plethora of daily naps.