Devin Feist

Feisty

Devin Feist

The name is Devin, but for the purposes of this blog let's just call me Feisty since that's what I am. I'm also a full-time college student. I hate wearing shoes and yes I've got a few tattoos, which is my decision to choose. I'm a big outdoor enthusiast who loves to meet new people and try new things. Live, Laugh, Love. Embrace the moment; Plan for the future. And thanks to my cheap digital camera you can feel free to join me where ever I may roam. So, check out some of the stuff I get into on the Eastern-Shore and more. If you think it looks cool, get out there and try it for yourself!



North America » United States » Maryland May 22nd 2009

I hadn't been to the Ward Museum in years. The last time I took a walk through was probably close to ten years ago when I was still in high school. This place has some astonishing artwork and carvings. It is an under utilized treasure buried right under the noses of Eastern Shore residents. It's free for local college students and $7 for adults. A great idea for a rainy day and the nature trail is also a good idea for the sunny days as well.... read more
ward museum
ward museum
ward museum

North America » United States » Maryland » Ocean City May 22nd 2009

I was lucky enough to be able to do the O.C. Cruisin this year while riding around in my buddy's Rat Rod. We did the normal stuff which entailed the convention center parking lot and the inlet parking lot, but by far the most fun was the "Rods and Rockers" car show that we found at the Steer Inn Tavern off of Racetrack Rd. It was a blast! There was a "Lucky 13" fashion show, pinup contest, pin-striper, and some really cool hot rods and rat rods. Let's not forget the $12 deal all you could eat and drink (draft beer or soda) and the Rockabilly band that performed later that night.... read more
steer inn
steer inn
steer inn

Europe » Spain » Andalusia » M├ílaga May 22nd 2009

Ok. First off I have to say this is an AMAZING country. The lifestyle is one to envy. Wake up in the morning work for a couple hours. At noon everything shuts down for two hours for seista then re-opens and by eight o'clock it is pretty much only bars and dance clubs open. You start the night at a bar or small salsa bar and when you are kicked out at two in the morning you move on to a large discoteca until sunrise. Tons of historical sights to check out throughout the day, haggling in street markets, and beautiful mediterranean coastline. I fell in love with the temperate climate, laid back lifestyle, and fun loving people. If you do not speak Spanish fluently to not freak out. I was very rusty since I had ... read more
hand crafted wooden boat 1
acting like i know salsa
beautiful park in downtown Malaga




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