Bigfork and Flathead Lake, Montana

Are you planning a trip to Glacier National Park? Then, Bigfork and the Flathead Lake area in Montana is a must-add to your itinerary.

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Rustic Log Cabins – Montana

The historic Sportsman’s Lodge, built in 1945, is surrounded by 22 quaint cabins with mountain views. This one-stop destination offers everything you need while exploring Yellowstone Country.

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Glacier National Park and West Glacier KOA

boat in front of mountains at glacier national park

Recently, we checked Glacier National Park off our travel list! I wasn’t sure if I would have the opportunity to see this iconic view of Lake McDonald due to the new ticketed entry system. But, we found a way, and I share our entry hack below. I also share our favorite things about Glacier National Park and this trip, such as the ever-changing colorful rocks, the refreshing scent of pine, and West Glacier KOA.

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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park Southern Utah

Coral Pink Sand Dunes

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park in Southern Utah is a natural, 3,730 acre, beautiful “sandbox” that opened in 1963. The dunes were created by the erosion of the nearby Navajo sandstone cliffs. As a result, the sand is a unique bright orangish pink color that pops against the blue skies. There is something fun […]

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Hi, My Name Is Tracy

Hi, I’m Tracy, the face behind What Stirs Your Soul Media. The question, “What stirs my soul?” kept popping in my head after a chronic illness diagnosis due to a brain injury. I felt an urgency to find my happiness. For the first time, I realized doctors can’t fix everything that is broken and it […]

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Black Rock Mountain Resort – Park City, Utah

Black Rock Mountain Resort is a brand new four-season (dog-friendly) resort in Park City, Utah. I highly recommend driving up U.S. Route 189 from Provo, Utah when you visit. The towering mountain and deep canyon views are striking!

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Horseshoe Bend – Page, Arizona

Timing is everything when visiting Horseshoe Bend. This is what you see as you walk the 3/4 mile from the parking lot to the overlook. It’s so flat that it’s hard to believe you will see an awe-inspiring deep canyon.

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Glamping – Yellowstone National Park

Glamping Yellowstone National Park We turned off Highway 20 in West Yellowstone onto a dirt road and drove under the log archway for Bar N Ranch. We could see the canvas tents in the distance of this beautiful, secluded, wide-open space. There were pops of colorful wildflowers, horses running in the pasture and the mountains […]

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Sedona, Arizona – Fay Canyon Trail

Fay Canyon Trail in the enchanted Coconino National Forest is an easy to moderate trail without much elevation gain. The moss and greenery among the red rocks really stood out to us along with the awe-inspiring sandstone formations overhead. The trail is an out and back 2.4 mile hike. There is a secret natural arch […]

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