June ’19: The Proof is in Idaho

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In a completely non-religious context—Heaven exists. I have proof. This month, check out the Bench Lakes Trail, Adelmann Mine Trail, van progress, and hear a funny story about mormon crickets. As you all know by now, I love Idaho. This … Continued

Unshackled: Thoughts from an Untethered Mind

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Clarity My mind is lulled by the fluttering leaves, gentle breeze, and warmth of the afternoon sun. Eyes closed, I try to clear my head of all thoughts. It takes a moment to decompress; to allow the brain to limit … Continued

May ’19: Hikes, Bikes, and YIKES!

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Hikes My love affair with Idaho has been burning bright for the last 2 years and I’m almost positive the flame will never be stifled. Not only am I filled with a passion and desire to explore this heavenly state, … Continued

April ’19: Renewed

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Spring is finally here. The snow is melting, trees are in full bloom, and the sun feels glorious on my vitamin D deficient skin. The cold, bleak winter has passed and I feel renewed. Happiness and optimism flows so naturally … Continued

March ’19: Crawling

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As the old proverb says, “You have to learn to crawl before you can walk”. Well, let me tell you, March has been a month of crawling. There is a lot of research that goes into a van build. Of … Continued

February ’19: Cooped Up & Cranky

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Brrrrrrr I think I jinxed it when I mentioned in January’s blog that the winter weather had been mild because February has been the worst! I shouldn’t complain, we haven’t really had it THAT bad. It’s just been dreary, rainy, … Continued

January ’19: A New Year

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A new year. It’s that time when when people start mulling over fresh ideas, new starts, and motivation levels are at their peak. I suppose when we’re so focused on our future, the prospect of a clean slate or a … Continued