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A Camping Story | Our Southern Colorado Trip Part 4

Part 4 is here – better late than never! The last leg of our trip was to a place in the middle of nowhere called Bogan Flats Campground. It’s right along the Crystal River and our site

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A Camping Story | Our Southern Colorado Trip Part 3

I didn’t forget about part 3 of our awesome camping trip — don’t worry! After Durango, we took the incredibly beautiful drive along Million Dollar Highway. Our drive consisted of 3

A Camping Story | Our Southern Colorado Camping Trip Part 2

Part 2 of our camping trip, as promised! We drove to Durango the next day and stayed at a campground called Junction Creek Campground. This campground was so beautiful, never mind the crazy bumpy

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A Camping Story | Our Southern Colorado Trip Part 1

Hi friends! If you know our family, you know we’re a tad obsessed with camping. This is our second season with Dolores, our camper, and we knew we wanted to take at least one long trip with her

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Brianne & Andrew | A Marriage Story

Marriage is rad. There, I said it. It almost feels a little dangerous to say such a thing out loud. We live in a world that often tells us the exact opposite of this. But, I’m here to say how I

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Matt & Molly | A Wedding Story

What makes a good story? By degree, I’m an English girl and I can tell you from my schooling and teaching that details and voice make a good story. Details, well, that’s simple. Voice? A

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A Gratitude Story | Mar’s Gratitude Project

Everyone wants to know what the key to happiness is or how we live the best lives possible. I’ve been on this Earth long enough to know that I’ll never know the complete answer to that