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App Update: Exploring the U.S. Northern Rockies

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I'm happy to announce an update to my Exploring the U.S. Northern Rockies travel guide app! I've added a few more of my favorite places and if you've already downloaded the app to your Apple devices, you should have an update notification waiting for you.

I've thoroughly enjoyed working with my friends at Everplaces to create FREE travel guide apps for two of my favorite regions in the country: the Northern Rocky Mountains and Northern California. 

If you haven't had a chance to download the apps, you can do so here and here. I hope you'll find them useful in your travels! 

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There are so many fun and helpful travel apps out there. What apps do you use most often? Be sure to link up to your favorites in the comment section so I can check them out!  


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Pescadero + Bernoulli + Happy Links

After a week of dreaming of, reminiscing about and plotting our next trip to the U.S. Northern Rockies, I thought I'd better throw in a nice sunset-over-the-Pacific photo for today's post.It's Friday (yippee!), so enjoy this little weekly wrap-up and have a great weekend!

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{"Nature always tends to act in the simplest way." // Bernoulli}

Happy Links:

  • Sacramento chef Adam Pechal is making the grade on ABC's The Taste. Any of my Sacramento friends watching? We all know reality TV isn't really real, but it's sure fun watching him do what he does best on a national show.
  • When Apartment Therapy featured this adaptable house in Washington I did a double take. Can you imagine living in a place like that? Talk about options!
  • Have you checked out these photos of the Flower Carpet Festival in Brussels? AMAZING. Anyone seen it in person?

Wrap it Up:

If you missed any posts from this week, just follow the links!

  • We made it official: Glacier National Park is on the books for this year. Plus, our favorite Grand Teton cabin rentals (from our 2009 road trip) finally got the recognition they deserve.
  • I found some old footage from the aforementioned trip and made a little video. I keep watching it and smiling. Memories are amazing little treasures, aren't they?

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Happy Friday, all!

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