Yoho National Park | 08.05.17

Due to some unforeseen circumstances of the Kootenay Highway being closed by the Verdant Creek Fire (seriously y’all, we need to stop road tripping in August- even though I had watched this fire insanely closely and right up until the day we got to Banff it had looked fine, the smoke ended up being thick…

Jasper National Park | 08.04-05.17

The morning after we drove the Parkway, we woke up and headed to Maligne Canyon, and Medicine and Maligne Lakes. Maligne Canyon is deceptively long- I think it would be awesome to go back with two vehicles and do the entire thing from top to bottom. Like everything else in Jasper, it is absolutely incredible….

Banff and Yoho National Parks | 08.01-03.17

Oh, Kananaskis. How I love thee… and wish you hadn’t been rainy and gloomy and sad when we visited you. On our way from Waterton to Banff we knew we had to drive Highway 40 again, because there are few places in the world that I’m more obsessed with than Kananaskis Country. The K Trail…

Waterton Lakes National Park | 07.31.17 – 08.01.17

I know, I know. You’re thinking, “it’s February and these posts about a trip in AUGUST are just now getting posted?” And you’re right. There’s really no excuse, if I’m being completely honest. But working full time on top of trying to blog full time while also having a massive existential crisis over my photography…

22/60 – Death Valley National Park | 05.14.17

I’ll go ahead and say it- Death Valley was not as hot as I was expecting it to be. Granted, it was still pretty hot, and if there hadn’t been any wind it would’ve been a LOT hotter, but it wasn’t the worst. And to be fair we also didn’t spend much time out of…

21/60 – Joshua Tree National Park | 05.06-08.17

I’ll admit it- this trip got off to a ROUGH start. We were doing pretty well with packing the car and getting everything ready to go, and all we had left was some last minute grocery shopping (because I’m of the opinion that food shouldn’t be put in the cooler until the absolute latest moment…

Theodore Roosevelt Groves

If you know us, you know that two things are incredibly important to us – 1. our national parks, and 2. our pets. In February of 2017 we had to say goodbye to our beloved Sadie, and have been on the lookout ever since for the perfect adventure pup to help heal the hole in…