My experience with an annual pass at Universal Studios Orlando, Florida

If you’ve been following me for at least the last year and a half, you’ll know that I am an avid theme park enthusiast and visitor. So much so that I got an annual pass to Universal Studios Orlando! After having it for over a year, here’s my thoughts on whether it’s worth it or…

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A walk in the park at Pella Crossing in Longmont, Colorado

On a recent trip to Colorado, I visited a local park and walking spot called “Pella Crossing.” It’s a local park with trails, fishing and picnic spots that was highly rated when I looked up places to visit. Pella Crossing is located about six miles outside of downtown Longmont, Colorado, which is north of Denver…

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My 200th Blog Post!

It’s my 200th blog post! After four and a half years of blogging, I’ve hit my 200th blog post! I still remember publishing my first blog post and starting this journey. I was so nervous to share my life on the internet so publicly and while I know that I still have an incredibly small…

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A beautiful flower arrangement at Manito Park in Spokane, Washington

I’ve written about Manito Park in Spokane, Washington, a few times – like three times already. What can I say? It’s one of my favorite places to visit in the summer when I visit my family! And they always update the flower displays in the central gardens so it’s new every year. This time, I’ll…

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The 9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia

This year is the 21st year since the September 11, 2001, attacks and today I’d like to take a moment of reflection for those who lost their lives and what it means to our country. While I was very young, I still remember glimpses of that day in my childish memory. A few years ago,…

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A summer weekend in Libby, Montana

If you’ve been checking into my blog recently, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been writing about Montana a lot recently. What can I say? I feel in love with it during my visit this summer. It was my first time ever visiting Montana and it did not disappoint! There’s so much to see and write…

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Hidden grove of GIANT cedars at Ross Creek Cedars, in Montana

The true hidden gem of western Montana: Ross Creek Cedar Grove Scenic Area, home to a grove of giant, ancient western red cedars. This gem is located about an hour from Libby, Montana, in the Kootenai National Forest. I’ll admit, when I first heard of this place, I was skeptical but this place blew any…

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Waterfalls + swinging bridges hiking at Kootenai Falls, in Libby, Montana

Looking for an easy, beautiful and fairly hidden spot in western Montana? Look no further – Kootenai Falls is perfect! Kootenai Falls National Forest is located about 10-15 minutes away from Libby, Montana, where my family and I recently visited. It’s a popular spot for tourist and locals alike, and is a fairly easy hike.…

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