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  • Patches Sep 15, 2014

    Victoria BC, End of Alaskan Cruise

    Victoria BC, End of Alaskan Cruise

    So here it is… the last installment of Mom and Shelley’s Alaska adventure. Due to some kind of law the cruise ships have to stop at a foreign port. That’s why the Alaska cruise ship needed to stop in Victoria BC. Day at Sea on Alaskan Cruise Ship The day before they got into Victoria… Read More

  • Kristy Sep 12, 2014

    Hiking with Dogs – Tips & Etiquette

    Hiking with Dogs – Tips & Etiquette

    Tips for Taking Your Dog on The Trail Hiking with dogs can be a fun and exciting time for both you and your dog. It allows the two of you to get out together, bond and enjoy nature. Hiking gives your dog a new place to explore, sniff new smells and get some fresh air…. Read More

  • Dog Lover Sep 10, 2014

    Potcake Dog & Hushpuppy

    Potcake Dog & Hushpuppy

    In my recent trip to the Turks and Caicos islands, I adopted and brought a potcake dog back with me. You probably are wondering what a potcake dog is, so let me explain a bit. History of Hushpuppies & Potcakes Hushpuppies is a southern side dish made by cooking balls of cornbread batter in deep… Read More

  • Patches Sep 9, 2014

    Salmon Hatchery & Juneau

    Salmon Hatchery & Juneau

    Continuation of Mom’s Alaska Trip.. Today I’m going to share about Juneau and a Salmon Hatchery. I bet you all think that Mom’s Alaska trip went on forever…. Well, it was only 10 days she was gone. It did feel like more than that I have to say. So, their next stop was in Juneau,… Read More

  • Kristy Sep 3, 2014

    Wilderness Act Turns 50

    Wilderness Act Turns 50

    The Wilderness Act celebrates 50 years It’s time to celebrate today and wish a happy 50th anniversary to the Wilderness Act, a conservation bill that was aimed to protect wilderness throughout the U.S. It is through this act that we can be thankful for preserved nature areas where we now enjoy hiking, camping, backpacking, bird watching, fishing, and… Read More

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