DRIVE TO THE MOUNTAINS

I’ve said from the very beginning of my pregnancy how important it is for me to raise Acacia to love and respect Nature. I want her to grow up camping, hiking, swimming in lakes, and getting dirty outside. Since Dustin bought his new Jeep and the air quality in Idaho has cleared up, we’ve been…

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VORTEX HIKES

Every year on our way through Arizona we stop in Sedona for a few days. This year, we only stopped in my favorite little town for a day but it was just as magical as ever. After an evening of walking around the shops and buying some essential Sedona souvenirs (crystals, t-shirts, smudge sticks, and…

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MALIBU VILLAGE MURAL + 10 THINGS

Here are some photos from Malibu Village, where we spent the day eating at our favorite restaurants in the area and browsing through stores I can’t afford. I also thought it would be a good idea to share 10 random little things about myself and life lately. I’m studying to get my BFA from Boise…

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DAY AT THE PIER

When you’re not at the beach, what else is there to do in Malibu besides walk along the boardwalk and enjoy some fresh seafood? We really wanted to eat at the cute cafe on the end of Malibu pier but it was under construction. So instead we hung out for a bit, watched people fish,…

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RIGGINS, IDAHO: POPULATION 413

Nestled deep inside a canyon along the famous Salmon River is the small town of Riggins, Idaho. Once known as “Gouge Eye”, It was named by the local miners who came to the area in search of gold, after a gruesome fight broke out at a saloon and a man lost his eye. Riggins is…

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