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Hard to believe it's March already. I realize February is a short month, but it feels like we skipped a week or two rather than just a couple days. Around here it's been business as usual - meaning nothing too exciting. All of the pictures for this post are from either mine or Kyle's phone - so I apologize for the image quality - but hey, that's life sometimes.  We finally made it over to try Daft Badger off of…

Holiday or couples photos with the dog via stuckinnorthidaho.com

Include Fido in your family photos

I'm no stranger to photographing dogs (as evidenced here, here, here, and here). In fact, it's one of my favorite things ever. Not just taking their pictures, but looking at dog photography too. I just love everything about it. There's something about looking into a dog's eyes and seeing their soul and their story that's incredibly touching. Every pooch has a story to tell. I'm seriously wanting to learn more about animal photography and expand my photo biz to Dography. Dream…

Snowmobiling Lookout Pass via StuckinNorthIdaho.com
On the dock - Family Photo Session via StuckinNorthIdaho.com

A Family Affair – Family Photo Session

It's funny how things change over time. When I first started blogging way back in 2010 it was solely as a creative outlet. It then morphed into a way I could better share our life with friends and relatives we don't get to see often. Once some people started reading it more, I decided to use Stuck in North Idaho as a way to market my writing, web and social media skills. It was around the time I started reading…

Happy 2015

It seems like our new holiday tradition involves getting outside for a hike or in this case, snowshoeing. After ringing in the New Year, Kyle, Megan, Dylan and I took the dogs up to Fourth of July Pass for a little snowshoe action. We haven't gone snowshoeing much, but it's quickly becoming my favorite winter activity. Probably because it's the snowy version of hiking, my favorite warm-weather activity. There's something about being out in nature when no one else is…