Half-full, or spilling over?

I'm going to take a brief moment to set the scene. Imagine walking through mud, you know, the sticky mud that is slippery and so thick you have to take one step at a time, very slowly or you might walk out of your muck boot and do a belly flop. Now imagine that it's…

The Great White North

As cliche as it may sound, this year is flying by. Mid March has suddenly appeared and we are enjoying the longer evenings that recently arrived with daylight saving time. Here in Montana, the warmest part of the day is just before the sun dips down behind the ridge, and even when the temps fall…

A grass fed, happy heart.

Few things make me happier than having a kitchen filled with real food. I consider real food to be items that are rich in nutrients, whole fat, grass fed, freshly dressed, and organic. I have been incredibly spoiled for quite a while to get most of my meat from Kalispell, Montana. Let me tell you,…

303 Sourdough Drive

Whelp, we made it official, we have a second place to call home. Tok, Alaska is considered one of the most isolated towns in the United States, (not to be confused with remote, as you can drive here) and is known for having one of the coldest winters in North America. Temps can get down…

Whitehorse For The Win

Well, we made it to our first destination. Let me tell you, the top of the world is still so far away. This trip north has been amazing. I left home two weeks ago and have driven 4,700km to reach Whitehorse. For reference, Whitehorse is in the Yukon Territory, about 350km northeast of Juneau, Alaska.…