Suitcase Living and Microwave Cooking #HotelLiving

I’m no stranger to long-term hotel stays. When I first got married, I lived in a hotel for a month and a half while Chef Comte was in phase II of military training. That was six and a half years ago—before renting two homes in Washington and buying a town home and later a single-family […]

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We met on a five-hour trip to Lake Powell

He looks cute, I thought as Scott pranced out of his house. But he’s too young, I corrected myself. Scott opened the passenger seat of my car. “I’m Scott,” he introduced. “And you’re Sara?” “Yep,” I said, “Nice to officially meet you. Do you want to put your stuff in the trunk?” Scott’s hands were […]

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An Adventure Wedding

With an “official” engagement at the end of December and a wedding two weeks into February, I had to get going on a lot of projects. Scott and I had chosen a Vintage Travel theme for our wedding. The travel part represented who we are—full of adventure with a desire to travel and see the […]

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It’s Not an Adventure without the Detours

The sky is blue, no clouds in sight, and the weather is semi-warm. Time to head south. Needing an adventure, Chef Comte and I set out toward the land of the goblins. We pack a light, healthy lunch, stow our current choice of books (just in case we want to relax and read in the […]

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5023 M. and 2 1/2 Yrs—We Finally Made It

From my hometown of Payson, Bear Lake is 179 miles away. The road to Bear Lake is simple to follow: Drive I-15 until you get to Brigham City, exit the freeway and continue on the same road through Logan and up the Canyon. And viola! As you come over the mountain you see Bear Lake’s […]

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