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On going gluten free

Why I had to go gluten free almost a year ago, and what I’ve learned. Warning: this post may include content related to things that ladies don’t typically discuss on the internet. Be warned and rejoice in the fact we live in a time where women are allowed to talk about poop.I had been sick all week. Sick enough to miss work, go to the doctor and camp out on the couch; but not sick enough to miss out on…

Take a Hike | Lake Wenatchee Trail

Whenever we visit a city or place we’ve been before, I like to plan at least one day where we go explore something new. When we visited Leavenworth, Washington last week for a little R&R with some friends, I was excited to take a couple hours to wander around Lake Wenatchee for the first time. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Leavenworth, it’s a quaint little Bavarian-themed town settled between the Wenatchee Mountains and Stuart Range. Leavenworth is…

Pulaski Tunnel Trail in Wallace, Idaho | Stuck in North Idaho

Take a Hike | Pulaski Tunnel Trail

A hike back to 1910Last week Kyle, Juneau and I set out to go hike outside of Wallace. As we drove over the pass heading east, the already dark, smoky sky continued to become more dense, filling our car with the smell of smoke. About halfway to Kellogg we made the call to turn around and go back home - not wanting to expose ourselves to more smoke than absolutely necessary. This isn’t the first time our area has been…

Reader Survey | Let’s Hear It!

Hey all, it's been a while since I checked in. I've been doing a lot of thinking about this good 'ol bloggity blog and decided I want to know where we're at. I continue to share my thoughts and experiences over here, and I'm good with that, but I want it to be a good experience for you as well. So... I decided to put together a short survey. Here's how it works. You click the link below and answer a…

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…