Bass Creek

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The winner of the brownie wedding cake competition!! Well at least presentation wise.. 😂 @hollyshoup6 brought out hers a little late and they definitely would have given Sharon a run for her money and @ailimae2012 had some amazing marshmallows ones too. Thanks for bringing such delicious treats for our party.
Honorable mention to @bossrossin !! ✌🏼


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Well... we are locked out of our camper. Don’t ask me how this happened, I’m still trying to figure it out. Stop number two on our epic adventure and we’ve already hit our first blunder. E have decided to laugh it off and learn from this experience. The locksmith is on his way and Uncle Kodye is showing Sawyer the ropes of camp setup!


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Setting up our first campsite. I can’t believe we are finally doing this! We have 8 whole weeks on the open road, living our best life on the “no plan” plan!#gowithnugget


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Lovely evening with my favorite person and our handsome doggo. #yellowlab #hercules #labrador #labradorretriever


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Hydnellum peckii, bleeding tooth fungus


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Sometimes the thing to do is put your phone on airplane mode for the day and walk into the woods.


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Me and @ben_fowlkes and @cbbranch and Stringer went on a wonderful day adventure.


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Doing what we love most in beautiful Montana! #hiking #labordayweekend


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Felt cute....you know the rest 😅


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the best pictures come from adventures into the unknown

#406 #bigskymontana #montana #montanalife


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Look at that view🤩


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Daphne is the best hiking dog despite her lack of swimming skills 🏔


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Pretty day for a pretty hike


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Returned to the scene of the crime; my very first hike in Montana when I came for a 10 week seasonal job in August 2013 and took a liking to the Treasure State. Hadn’t been back since. Still holds up


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Got one last hike in before heading back to Oregon tomorrow.. See all you Portland babes in a couple days🥰🥰


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Fun hike


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Little Saint Joseph Peak- Hiked a new peak in the Bitterroots today. It was a very steep and tough climb with incredible views, however the most intriguing to me was this memorial set up about 200 feet from the summit. On October 16, 1991 Captain John Sieglinger and co-pilot Robert Shaw died when their Lockheed Orion P-3 tanker plane crashed here. They were flying in from California through bad weather to help assist with remaining forest fires. I share that because, at least for me, if I hadn’t read a small blurb in my hiking book I would have never know about it, which is too bad, being it’s basically right in my backyard. It’s an incredibly eerie feeling walking through here. In fact there are still small pieces of plane wreckage strewn all around this area. I felt very strange being here and did not want to disturb anything, and at the same time I almost didn’t want to leave. It’s very surreal and just another reminder of how fast it can change. #bitterrootvalley #montana #littlestjoepeak #bitterrootmountains


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surprise adventure 🍄🐻🐍💛


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