Tag: travel

Restaurants – Driggs, Idaho – Teton Valley

Big Hole Bagel & Bistro was our first stop for breakfast in Driggs, Idaho. It's so cozy and offers 100% organic locally roasted coffee from around the world! I loved the veggie omelet with the addition of avocado. The building is historic and has been part of Main Street for over 100 years. There is ...

Teton Valley – Grand Targhee – Bluegrass Festival

Driggs, Idaho is a hidden gem! ✨ We always travel through the Teton Mountain Range on the east side and stay in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We started hearing great things about the west side and the Grand Targhee Resort music festivals. Their annual bluegrass festival has been happening for over 30 years. We couldn't wait ...

Force of Nature

Be like the river. Create your own path. People will doubt you but they don't know what you've been through or your strength. Many have doubted the water but she always finds her way. xo ©Tracy Blowers

National Pet Month – Allen – Best Friends Animal Society

May is National Pet Month so I wanted to sneak this post in before we turn the page on our calendars. 🙂 Every year while volunteering at Best Friends Animal Society, we (of course!) discuss getting another dog or cat. We rescued our girl, Utah, when she was a puppy and this time we wanted to ...

Baker Campground – Twin Cities – Minnesota

It's a rainy day so I'm dreaming of camping, looking at photos from past trips and planning new ones. I love going through old pictures and reminiscing. One of the best things about living in the Twin Cities is the convenience of not having to travel too far to "get-away". We really enjoyed camping at Baker ...

Mississippi – National River and Recreation Area – Twin Cities

Did you know that we have a National Park running right through the Twin Cities in Minnesota? The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area offers 72 miles of boating, running/walking/hiking/biking trails, fishing, birdwatching, nature and city photography and much more. We are fortunate to live in an urban area with so much nature to enjoy. "Unlike most ...

Cottonwood Canyon Road – Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument was the last place in the continental United States to be mapped. It still feels wild and untouched. On our recent road trip to Utah, we took Cottonwood Canyon Road from Big Water to Cannonville and then up to Bryce Canyon National Park. Cottonwood Canyon Road is 46 miles of unpaved ...

fri-yay!

That's all that is on my mind. 🙂 Enjoy the weekend!!

failing

It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default. -J.K. Rowling Go for your dreams!!! Even if you fail, at least you tried. It's all about baby steps. It's all about learning ...

lessons

I bought this awesome box of 365 quotes at Hummingbird House in Sedona designed by Sugarboo & Co. I'm so excited to read one every day! We are here to learn lessons, and the world is our teacher. When we fail to learn a lesson, we get to take it again and again. Once we ...