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Dinner seemed to be running late, but since no one was paying any attention to the time, I’m not sure that it mattered. The kids and I were gathered around the picnic table reminiscing about our incredible day as Sam loosely monitored our sizzles sausages on the BBQ. “Mom! Do you remember that really cool […]

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We don’t general consider traveling around in an Airstream to be “camping”. Camping involves a tent, a backpack (preferably), lots of open space, yummy food, a campfire, snuggling in a sleeping bag, and waking up to the sound of the birds chirping, and sunlight streaming through the slightly open, zipped up window. It also involves […]

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“You know – that thing. The flash bag, “ I said to Sam as we hike up the trail to Rife Falls. “When you say ‘flash bag’ I think of strobes & speedlights,” Sam says. “Right…I guess I do have one of those. I meant the REI backpack. What are we going to call it? […]

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I desperately needed a break from the cold weather and finagled the whole family into road tripping with us to Goblin Valley State Park over what was definitely NOT Spring Break. Yes, I was that desperate. I haven’t been there since I was little, and Sam and the kids have never been, and it sounded WARM. That was pretty much my only […]

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