A couple weekends ago, Brent and I headed over to the Bitterroot Valley for our good friends wedding. We also were their wedding photographers. I am sure we will post a few pictures at some point. It was a fun weekend. We decided to take this weekend as a camping trip and parked ourselves near […]
Several weeks ago, Brent and I decided to wonder off in the mountains for a decent length hike after a Sunday service at Venture. We headed out in the early afternoon towards the Spanish Peaks. These are by far my favorite mountains that can be seen from the valley floor. We took an easy 7 […]
I don’t know how much we have been talking about having a baby on our blog. We have been bad with posts lately. We also don’t have internet right now. Hopefully, we will hit up a coffee shop soon to post some of the things we have been doing before it is no longer just the […]
As is my now tradition for Marathons, I try to see Jess along the course and take some pictures of her running. This time, I actually got some decent shots. Usually, I spend some time practicing on the other runners, dialing in the settings, but I usually either miss Jess or the photos just don’t […]
What do you do with all those medals and race bibs from over the years? I have been wanting to create something to display my race bling for the past couple of years, but I had decided on anything. My sister knew that I wanted to do something, so she went and bought me some […]
On May 9th, my twin and I woke up early in the morning and prepared for my 6th marathon and her 2nd. We both got up early enough to eat some food and then hit the pillow for another hour worth of sleep. It was a chilly windy morning in Fargo with a feel like […]
As I have mentioned before, my co-worker and I had the opportunity to take a tour of the City of New Orleans. Some of these pictures are from that others are from our own random exploration of the city. Enjoy the last New Orleans post.
As I took a tour through the city of New Orleans, I could still see a lot of the disaster that Hurricane Katrina caused. People are still making their way back to the city and the lower ninth ward is still trying to make it back to being livable. I didn’t get a chance to […]
There were so many vibrant colors on the doors and windows in New Orleans. From the shutters to the door colors to the house colors themselves, there was never a dull view. The rundown places even caught my eyes.
It has been over 3 months since I was in New Orleans. I have so many pictures that I still wanted to share. Take a look at these street artists. I loved it all from the music to the paintings.