Photo Preview: Wanderful! Eastern Seaboard & The Texas Hideaways

Hi hi,

I'm back with another little photo preview. As I mentioned last week we're a few days away from release; you can still pre-ordered or go ahead and camp out at your local bookshop, or Barnes, Borders, Urban, etc to get your hands on one of the first copies of Wanderful! If you do decide to camp out holla at me and I'll come meet you 😉 !

Another little reminder: I'll be in New York City speaking on September 19th at Rizzoli and New Orleans friends, save the date for an event at Martine Chaisson Gallery on September 16th! Yay! 

Here's another round of photos, from two places that couldn't be more different! Chapter 3 covers the Eastern Seaboard of Maine, and 4 is Austin, Marfa and Terlingua! 

I'll share a preview of chapters 5 - 9 tomorrow and Monday and release day is Tuesday so then we party, ya know!?


The Eastern Seaboard with Keiko Lynn

The Texas Hideaways with Aza & Char

I'll be back again tomorrow with Route 66 & a road trip through the electric desert of New Mexico all the way to Joshua Tree, CA!

Wanderfully yours!


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Andi Eaton

Andi Eaton is a creative director, author, entrepreneur, and cultural influencer in a variety of media. She produces Oui We ( the modern bohemian's guide to everything from travel and style to beauty and holistic wellness. Andi and her projects have been featured on Domino, Glitter Guide, A Beautiful Mess, Southern Living, SELF, Hello Giggles, Refinery 29, WWD, Elle Canada and more; in 2017 she wrapped a year of road tripping throughout the U.S. photographing and documenting travel, style and culture stories available in her new book: "Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian's Guide to Traveling in Style".

Wanderful Living: Best of 2016 | Part 3 Maine to Colorado

To all my wanderesses, 

I promised this next Wanderful Living review almost two weeks ago, and I'll be honest: time is careening by at the speed of light and I truly haven't had a moment to reflect. It's important to me that these reviews give you inspiration and ideas for travels so I truly haven't wanted to rush to get these out. 

So here we are Wanderful Living for the summer months. And, I have to say - taking a look back at the summer has me yearning for warmer weather. I had the fortune of being back in New Orleans this past week for a beauty business conference and it was a great reminder of why being in the tropics in the winter is just the best. Le sigh. Anyways - Carnival season is also underway and if that's not reason enough to get back down there soon I don't know what is. 


Best Place To Play Dress Up Like the Kennedy's

Kennebunkport, Maine

Kennebunkport, Maine

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Keiko and I took off for a trip up the Eastern Seaboard, ate a bajillion lobster rolls (I swear I counted and that's the real number) and cruised along saltbox cottage lined roadways in the breezy Maine air. We started our trip in New York and took to the road with Cape Elizabeth being our final destination. Each little inn along the way was as wonderful as the one before and I can't wait to share all the specifics of that in the book this fall.


Best Place For a Homecoming

Downtown, New Orleans

Downtown, New Orleans

Hermitage Cafe, Nashville

Hermitage Cafe, Nashville

Antique hunting in Nashville

Antique hunting in Nashville

After our trip up the Eastern Seaboard I traveled back to New Orleans to prepare for the move. It was a wonderful time to be back home, and so bittersweet too, visiting with friends and family enjoying those hot summer days before taking off for Nashville. 

The shot above from Hermitage Cafe was snapped the day we made the offer on our house, a few days later we would get word that we officially had a home in Nashville. 


Best Place for an End of Summer Vacation

Red Rocks, Grace Potter and the Magical Midnight Roadshow (final show!)

Red Rocks, Grace Potter and the Magical Midnight Roadshow (final show!)

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park

Grand Lake CO

At the end of the summer so many things were coming to a close. Ben played his last show of the Grace Potter Tour at Red Rocks what a magical trip that was btw! I  wrapped the final chapters for my book at the same time and all of a sudden we both truly had a moment to take a little break. As someone that travels for a living, it's often strange to be in a place and slow down. 

Honestly, I'm planning to do more of that this year - slow living is going to stay at the top of my vocabulary in 2017 - reminding myself again as I type this... Grand Lake, Colorado and Rocky Mountain National Park is such a tremendous place to have that sort of time. Highly recommended you guys. 

So, with only a few months remaining (part four will be October - December and includes Parisssss!) in my Wanderful Living review it's been so much fun for me to relive it all a bit. I hope these recaps are inspiring your 2017 travel plans!

p.s. my book is moving into final edits, I've actually seen the cover (eeee, yaaaaa) and I appreciate you guys more than ever for joining me this past year on these travels through this blog. I can't wait to finally share the full report this fall when the book comes out. Stick with me!



photos by Keiko Lynn, Ben Alleman and myself