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A story worth sharing

I write here for a number of reasons. Sometimes, I write simply to document our lives or to share our stories with friends, family, and beyond. But other times, I write to capture a feeling I know I’ll need to revisit later.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stayed up an hour later […]

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The more things change, the more they stay the same.

We were all but lost on our way to the rehearsal dinner. Despite having been given directions that included the phrase “turn right after the giant blow up gorilla [at the car dealership]” and doing our best to navigate rush hour Albuquerque traffic, we were running late. One windy side road led to another and […]

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Scenery and Solitude in the BWCA | Part 5

This post is part of a series, click here for the full story. Breaking camp the last day of a trip is always bittersweet. We are always relieved to be safe and done and heading home, but we already miss the peace and quiet and adventure of the wilderness. Our last morning in the Boundary […]

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Scenery and Solitude in the BWCA | Part 4

This post is part of a series, click here for the full story. We woke up to weather so beautiful the nastiness the day before felt like just a bad dream.  The sky was clear as a bell and the water had been restored to the glassiness we’d seen in all the pre-trip brochures and […]

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Scenery and Solitude in the BWCA | Part 3

This post is part of a series, click here for the full story. Coulda been the overnight storm, coulda been just crazy, unpredictable Quetico weather. Whatever the reason, we woke up to some UNfriendly looking water on Monday. What had been still, glassy water and calm skies the day before was a lake of whitecap […]

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