Azzaba Ok, well not the “whole” family, but The Rancher and I got a weekend off the new place. First day/time/dining out/trip without the kids since the move. For many people this is totally normal, traveling with their kids everywhere. However, we were spoiled and we will fully admit it. With myself transitioning from always working outside the home, to having a job where I work from home, being with my children and husband all day, every day has been quite the adjustment. Not to mention moving away from both of our extended families who were always there to lend a hand if we had a big trip, or an awesome Menards/Lowes/Home Depot trip (after remodeling our first home, then building a home 2 years ago on the South Dakota ranch – those places knew us by name!).
http://ttagsystems.com/sms-marketing-blog/four-amazingly-creative-uses-of-sms-marketing/ Needless to say….I was looking forward to this time to explore Montana and Washington where there were no diapers, sippy cups, yelling for “NEMO” or fighting! So hi-ho hi-ho it’s off to Spokane we go, 9.5 hours on the road! William’s younger sister Jewel moved out there about two months ago and hasn’t seen any family since, so she was also excited to take us around. Here is a visual tour of our road trip!
These pictures were taken along the I-90 corridor through Montana, Idaho and Washington
This is the Clark Fork River that you cross approximately 12 times on this trip
Absolutely Stunning. However, not one place along this 640 mile trip had the amounts of snow that we do here at the ranch!
Jewel (The City Girl!), The Rancher, and I had a blast! We ate great food (even though William wasn’t so sure on ordering at a few places because it wasn’t a steak house!), had delicious wine from Cougar Crest Winery and Patit Creek Winery’s as well as visited some local breweries! If you ever get the chance to try Ice Wine, do it!
What are your vacation plans for the upcoming year?!