Top Travel Apps and Data Usage Tips
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Top Travel Apps For Your Mobile Co-Pilot

My smartphone is my co-pilot, and though Siri always has my back, providing the tools necessary to do her job falls on me. As it stands, however, the road to the top travel apps is long, winding, and at times steep.   With…

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Bone Collectors Dogs With Deer Bones
Dogs

Oh Deer

Things got real here in Montana this week when a deer that owed Dinks some money, forgot that she calls the shots. Needless to say, he should not have called her on her bluff. Like bones? Check this post on the benefits of…

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Navigating With Google Maps Best GPS App
Travel

Best GPS App: Google Maps

Where Was The Best GPS App When I Started Driving? I remember clearly the early days of my driving career. They consisted mainly of missed turns, second chance exits and wrong way streets. That’s right, no best GPS app, let alone…

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Wind Mountain Hike Dagmara and Dinah
Travel

Wind Mountain Hike, Columbia River Gorge Washington

Wind Mountain Washington Quick Facts Wind Mountain, near Stevenson, Washington is an ancient cinder cone with a rich native American history. Towering over the Columbia River Gorge, it is nearly cylindrical in shape and known for its cultural significance as…

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Sarah Cuiksa Headquarters Pass Montana
Travel

Montana Rockies: The Eastern Front

A few months ago Sarah Cuiksa took sabbatical from barefoot adventuring across South East Asia to spend three weeks with us in the backwoods (& the front ones) of the promised land. Since then, we haven’t stopped going, so until I find time…

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Telecommuting from the Washington Wilderness
Life Hacks

Going Mobile: 10 Tips for Working On the Road

Working From Home 2.0: Travel Telecommuting It’s 2015, the height of the work from home era, and you’re ready to take things to the next level. Sure, working remotely from your bedroom has its perks, but you’re bored of it. What’s the point of slaving…

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Beartooth All American Road Shepsky Dinah and Pit Bull Kelvin
Travel

The Long Way Home: Cleveland to Missoula

On May 9th, a friend of ours tied the knot on an apple orchard in a small Wisconsin town outside of Chicago, and since Chicago is just a mere 6 hour drive from our hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, we took the wedding…

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Sunset at Historic Fort Stevensville Montana
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Sunset at Fort Owen

Either there is a God or luck tossed us the long end of the climate change stick, because spring came early last week and bringing with it temperatures in the 40’s and 50’s, it lured Dinah, Kelvin and I out of…

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Natural Stick Teething Toy for Puppies
Dogs

DIY Teething Toys for Puppies and Baby Wolves

Sticks Pros: Free, Fragrant, Teeth Cleansing, Breath Freshening, Available in Many Varieties Cons: Messy Our cutest of flesh eating leeches with fur is teething and we’re shoving whatever we can fit into her busy mouth because if you know anything about puppies, then…

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Homemade Salt Scrub Recipe
Health

Salt Scrub Recipes | Therapy In A Jar

Salt scrub DIY would not typically be my craft of choice, but lucky for me living with Missoula’s Martha Stewart means I often get to wake up to projects like heady homemade salt and sugar scrubs. Made using clean, quality, edible…

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Pet Baby Skunk Biting Human at the Lake
Dogs

Dinah Goes to the Beach

To Kelvin’s utter delight, one of his most favorite uncles had also returned home for the holidays. Having just purchased a new lens for his Canon, our good friend, fellow West Side of Cleveland native and mountain adventure enthusiast, Ryan joined us…

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Husky German Shepherd Puppy at Beach
Dogs

The German Shepherd Husky Mix: Meet Wolf Baby Dinah

Our new puppy’s mutt lineage has seemingly become something of a fad. Unbeknownst to my earlier self, the phrase “German Shepherd Husky Mix” receives an approximate 14,800 Google search queries per month. Trailed closely by “Husky German Shepherd Mix,” which gets about…

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Blue Mountain Missoula Dogs Playing
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Blue Mountain Missoula

Blue Mountain Recreation Area in Missoula is either a 4,900-acre recreation area that includes 41 miles of system trails (according to USDA Forest Service) or a 5,500-acre one (according to the Missoulian). It’s located just south of town on Blue Mountain Road off…

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Thirteen Health Benefits of Sex Blog Post By Dagmara Mach Wellness
Health, Sex

Health Benefits of Sex

Is sex good for you? Who are we kidding? It’s 2014 and just about everyone knows that the benefits of sex are incredibly rad. I suppose then, that the better questions are – why is sex good for you and what…

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How to Make DIY Succulent Terrarium in Glass Terrarium Container
Life Hacks

DIY Succulent Terrarium: Plants, Supplies and Care

A succulent terrarium is the easiest way to bring living greens indoors. While modern life often inhibits us from maintaining large outdoor garden plots, most people still enjoy container gardening with easy, low maintenance life forms such as cacti or succulents. If you…

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