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TEYSHA TOUR: REHOBOTH BEACH

We’re on the move again, exploring the vibrancy of the east coast! For lunch, we ate at Dog Fish Brewery, which keeps earth weird by serving up things like vanilla bean and rosemary soda, bratwurst with beet ketchup and blueberry chutney, and hanging framed photos on the ceiling. We stopped for the night at The Summer Place Inn in Rehoboth … Continue reading →

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TEYSHA TOUR: CELEBRATING FIREFLY

As the festival neared its finish, we met even more lovely people. We heard their stories and told them the stories of our goods. Some of the members of Stop Light Observations came by to pick up some hats and told us their story – about their desire to make music without confinement, and about their excitement for their upcoming … Continue reading →

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TEYSHA TOUR: FIREFLY

Firefly Festival is bursting with light and celebration. The grounds feel like a little village – with a marketplace, forest pathways strung with lanterns, a hammock hangout criss-crossed with SoCo hammocks in the woods. The people behind SoCo are our friends from Austin, and we love them and their company because they make an awesome product for a good cause … Continue reading →

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TEYSHA TOUR: VIRGINA BEACH

Since we explored the mountains on Tuesday, we decided to visit the ocean yesterday. We swam and attempted to build a Teysha boot sandcastle and collected bits of smooth sea glass. The ocean is such a symbol of Earth’s powerful, vast beauty, just like the mountains the day before were. We think it’s good to take the time to submerge … Continue reading →

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TEYSHA TOUR: THE MOUNTAINS

As we left Tennessee and drove through Virginia, we decided to explore some mountain back roads. The path less traveled is always a good idea: we found bursting roadside gardens, which added so much vibrancy to the little towns. We found a treasure-filled antique shop, and an old-fashioned mill built in 1750, which we loved because it showed nature’s clean, … Continue reading →

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