Review: TreeTribe: Leaf Leather Journal

Recently I added an affiliate page to my site to share the the startup companies that I am an ambassador for. After reviewing the Canon Rebel T6, I realized that I enjoy doing reviews and decided to share products and companies that I’ve really come to like. TreeTribe is a really neat company that sells

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Kansas: Final Thoughts

I absolutely loved visiting Kansas with Keltin.  We got to explore some really neat places within a couple hours drive and I got the chance to explore the town of Johnson itself more than I had in past trips. Besides the Stanton County Museum, one of my favorite places was The Old Store. This store used

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Paperback Perils: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Title: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Author: Benjamin Alire Sáenz Publication Date: 2012 Publishing House: Simon & Schuster This book made me tear up a bit but they were happy tears. The best way I can describe this book is simply  beautiful. Aristotle and Dante is a book about change and

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Colorado: Two Buttes

A morning trip out to Two Buttes is the last side trip that we took from Kansas. Two Buttes is weird because if you Google it you will get the name of a small town but there is also a small mountain in the area that sits on the open plain with only flat land

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Paperback Perils: Current Reading

I’m traveling this week and a bit behind on my reading but I wanted to share what I am reading because the book is brilliant and beautiful. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe By: Benjamin Alire Saenz Loving this book. It is full of complex ideas written simply. I didn’t know what

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Foodie Friday: Homemade Vegetable Broth

Its fall and fall weather leading to winter calls for warm soups and stews that heat you down to your toes. Many of those recipes call for broth to give flavor, so why not make your own? This recipe is great because it is made from vegetable scraps. Directions: As you cook and peel vegetables

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Road Tripping Fly Over States

On our recent trip to Kansas and on our various little day trips we did a lot of driving. More driving than I would have been comfortable with at one time. That has slowly  changed over time but I’m still not the biggest fan. One of the things that makes long drives enjoyable is the

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Paperback Perils: A World Worth Seeing

Title: A World Worth Seeing Author: Brian Nelson Publication Date: 2018 Publishing House: Outskirts Press, Inc. Note on this review: I was sent this book buy a book promoter but I was not asked to do a review in return. The review is of my own volition. A World Worth Seeing is a super short

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Weekend Wanderings: Santa Fe Trail Tracks

On the way home from Dodge City, after exploring the Boot Hill Museum and relaxing with a beer at Dodge City Brewing we went on one more little side trip and stopped at a road side attraction. This attraction was the Santa Fe Trail Tracks. These tracks are ruts made in the earth by wagon

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Foodie Friday: Pumpkin Bread

Oh yes it is that time of year when the pumpkin spiced food comes out of hiding. Now, I’m not a fan of the Pumpkin Spiced Latte but I love me some Pumpkin Bread. In fact, Keltin and I have gone through a loaf and a half in a week. Ingredients: 15 Oz. Pumpkin Puree

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