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Alaska Part 1 | Anchorage

Alaska Part 1 | Anchorage

I’ve mentioned our trip to Alaska in a couple posts before, but I have yet to share any details. I still don’t really know where to start, we explored so many new places and added about 20 things to our bucket list instead of crossing them off. Going to Alaska is something I’ve dreamed of ever since I read The Call of the Wild in middle school. The expansiveness of the land, mixed with the history ignited my curiosity for the…

Bike the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park | Stuck in North Idaho

Biking Going to the Sun Road | Glacier National Park

This summer has been spent on two wheels, a change of pace in comparison to past summers spent hiking and car camping. Earlier this summer, Kyle and a couple friends convinced me to bite the bullet and buy my first road bike. To make sure I actually used said bike, I signed up for the Coeur d’Alene Bike Co.’s Coeur d’Fondo training group. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday this summer, we’ve been meeting at the shop to go on group…

48 Hours in Walla Walla

48 Hours in Walla Walla

Wow guys, just wow. You know how sometimes you think you have a really great plan and actionable steps to make it happen, and then all of a sudden you're going on two or three trips, celebrating no less than 10 birthdays, your husband competes in a 70.3 Ironman, and before you know it, it's the Fourth of July and you're sitting in a friend's stairwell trying to keep your dog from losing her shit during the fireworks and you realize you have…

48 Hours in Lake Chelan

I like wine. No, what I should have said is I love wine (as evidenced by my bio in the right-hand column, my angst of not having it during the Whole 30, by how we spend our time on road trips, and my favorite part of the Festival at Sandpoint). Those of us native to the Northwest understand the travel itch that comes along every February/March. When we're just over the dreary winter days and ready for a little exploring…

Green Bluff Growers is Spokane, WA via Stuck in North Idaho

A visit to Green Bluff

This morning as I sipped my coffee, I watched out the window as the fog and clouds dissipated from the city streets and the morning sun lit the gold leaves still clinging to the trees outside. Fall is here. Earlier this month the days became noticeably shorter and the nights cooler; but the days stayed warm and sunny. Not our typical October. This week though, there’s been a shift and now there’s a bite in the air and early morning…