Tuesday, September 4, 2007

KAMIKAZE CARMEL PHOTO SHOOT


I won't be posting for the next few days.

Tomorrow, I catch a 6 AM plane to NYC, sprint across the airport and change to the same flight as Dan.

We arrive in San Francisco around noon, pick up a rental car and drive to Susan's cottage on the edge of Carmel meadow overlooking the water.

After unpacking the equipment, we will shoot until sun down, then it's a quick dinner and off to bed in Monterey motel.

On Thursday, we start shooting at 9 AM. That's the best thing about the three hours time difference... it will feel like noon to us!

At the end of the shoot we drive back to San Francisco and catch the red eye. I switch planes, yet again in NYC, and get back home around noon.

Anyone want my job for the next 48 hours?

13 comments:

Penny Carlson said...

I Do!! But, that is because it is something new....I know it probably sounds way more fun than it is....nope - I bet it is that much fun! Be safe!
Penny

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage said...

Ohhhh I just love Carmel and Monterey ~ I used to live in San Luis Obispo which is south of there and miss it sooo much ~ try to enjoy they beauty for the short time you are there ~

cjan said...

Have a safe trip. See you when you return.. My bod would really wonder about what was happening to me. Glad it's your job..LOL
I don't really care about flying.... I guess you would get used to it??

Hugs,
Jan

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Barbara
I've really enjoyed browsing through your blog for the first time this morning. I'll definitely be back to read more. Hope your trip goes well!
Sue

GeorgiaPeachez said...

You poor thing, that is a brutal schedule!! You must really love your job! Travel safely and I hope that all those flights go off without a hitch! Ha! xo, suzy

Mélanie said...

I Do .Love to do a lot of interesting things ...You are lucky

melissa @ the inspired room said...

I can't wait for your book. You are living two parts of my life, our family owns a large book publishing company on the west coast AND we have a beach house overlooking the ocean near Cannon Beach Oregon, currently being remodeled! So, I feel right at home reading about your adventures in publishing a book about beach cottages!

Enjoy the adventure, even though I know it is exhausting!

Barbara said...

Hope the shoot goes well.I have not done what you are doing but I have done itinerant trips on many occasions in the States whee feet don't touch the ground.
Hope your dear Mum gets blogging soon. She will have lots o offer from her age and wisdom.

Michelle said...

Oh, I'd love to take a walk in your sues for 48 hours. I just don't know how the people used to working you would feel about that.

I love this blog and all your ideas. I love that we can watch the progress on The Book, and how fun to see you and Ev on vacation. What I'm missing is the red sink. I think it should get its own expose... maybe?

Michelle Jacksier

Ann said...

I would LOVE to have your job for the next 48 hours. I would just like to tag along. I haven't flown since 9-11 and just the thoughts of it freaks me out a little.

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

You drove right through my area on your way from the SF airport to Carmel. Carmel is such a beautiful place, too bad you don't have more time to enjoy it. I may be driving down there this weekend just for the day.

Susie Q said...

I would love to give it a try! I know, to us it all sounds exciting and glamorous! But oh how I love Carmel and Monterey and San Fransisco. A glorious place on Earth...and NYC is my favorite place to be.

But I know the pace is brutal isn't it? Take care of yourself.

Have a safe trip Barbara.

Shabbyfufu said...

Hurry back Barbara, we all miss ya! My daughter was just out in San Francisco at a friend's wedding. Lots of flying from here in Florida~tiring even for a young'un! XO ~ Janet