I woke up early on Sunday, and Mosha had gone to the lake to fish some more, so I went back to bed for a few hours. Once he was back, we both showered and checked out of the hotel and headed off to Bearizona, which was only one exit away off the freeway. Bearizona … Continue reading Sunday at Bearizona
This past weekend Mosha and I took a trip up to Williams, AZ, which is located about 30 miles NW of Flagstaff, and 1 hour south of the Grand Canyon. Our original plan was to go up there to take Andrew to Bearizona, an open wildlife park, but Friday night/Saturday morning Andrew came down with … Continue reading Saturday in Williams, AZ
Even at CTCA, where death and despair seem so prevalent, you'll find God's beautiful creations.
Woke up today to a full blanket of snow! Slightly nervous for how this will affect our drive home, but also kind of excited for the awesome view!
I was reminiscing with my good friend Rara (you can follow her blog here), and during the course of our conversation, she sent me a short video of a lion cub giving a human a hug. It reminded me of the adolescent male cub I used to work with when I was an assistant zookeeper … Continue reading My Former Life (Part 1)
Back in September, D and I had the privilege of attending Ben & Laura's wedding in Kansas. The last day of our trip, we had time to kill before our flight. We were able to visit the Ted Ensley Gardens, a truly remarkable sight. Here are my photos from that trip, completely unedited and unfiltered. … Continue reading Ted Ensley Gardens | 09.07.15