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52 weeks

So — one of my New Year Resolutions is to do a 52 week project. I know – not the most original idea out there. But still, I love the idea of having photos every week of our world. Now I just need the husband to start cooperating. AndView full post »

Cabo San Lucas

Photos from the trip to Cabo a few weeks ago! Zack and Hope — Hope’s first time in the ocean! Scott, Zane’s dad in the bay at Cabo Chantel (sister-in-law) and Hope (future sister-in-law??) 🙂  He sold us bobble-head turtlesView full post »

{Cabo San Lucas Preview}

First photo from the trip to Cabo! This was taken along the coastline at our resort — perfectly called Sunset Beach. Many more to come… but probably after Christmas. Can’t believe how fast Christmas has arrived this year!  And&#View full post »

Halsteads | Family

This is Heather (one of the best nurses and momma’s I know) and her family. We work together and have been talking about doing this photo shoot for quite some time.  Finally today we made it happen. We may or may not have pulled the kids out aView full post »

Rylan & His Momma

These are some good friends of ours here in Gillette. I’ve been talking about getting some snow photos of this sweet little guy for months, so on the spur of the moment we did a quick backyard shoot today in his Christmas Story snowsuitView full post »

Launching Travel Bug Fotos e-Store!

I am just days away from the launch of Travel Bug Fotos e-Store! Here is a screen shot – still a lot more work to do but its coming along nicely! Keep an eye out here next week! Please share this with your friends!View full post »

Country Livin’…. Continued :)

These are the last of the photos from Luke’s Fabulous Fifth Birthday Extravaganza…  View full post »

Country Livin’

Last night my sister-in-law and I took her kids to a friends house here in Gillette. They live on the edge of town with 20 acres and with the most beautiful view. They are probably the most welcoming, down to earth people I know. And they have theView full post »

Favorite Season

This last year in Wyoming, I remember only one true snowstorm, and we happened to be out of the state when it happened. Incredibly disappointing.  But this past Friday, October 5th, 2012. We had our first snowstorm of this upcoming winter. It wasView full post »

Jax | Keira | Chantel Part 2

More photos of Chantel, Keira and Jaxton!View full post »

Baby Jax | Fall 2011

As I was going through my hard drive, I found these photos of my nephew, Jaxton about a year ago. He would have been about 5 months here. Love love love these photos. What a personality he already had! View full post »

Jax | Keira | Chantel

This is my sister-in-law, Chantel, and her two kids, Jaxton and Keira. Keira is 4 and just LOVES to be the center of attention. And Jaxton is almost 1 1/2 and he loves his mom FIERCELY.View full post »

Aspen Alley

One thing I’ve learned about fall in Wyoming is that you never know what you are going to get.  And if you blink, you might miss it. But this year and last, it has been just about perfect. Perfect temperatures. No snow (yet). And the trees areView full post »

Growing Up…

So over the course of the wedding and honeymoon, we sent Zoe to puppy college. She spent 5 weeks with a trainer in Lingle, Wyoming – Keith Gibbs with Rawhide Kennels. He did an AMAZING job with her. However, it started off a bit rocky. DuringView full post »


So once again, it has been far too long since I’ve updated on here. I’ve been a little busy getting married! The photo below is of Bavaro Beach, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. We went there for our Honeymoon a couple of weeks ago. IView full post »

Baby Zoe

So, I haven’t been on my blog much in the last couple of months and here is the reason for at least part of that time. We got a yellow lab puppy in early March and have had our hands FULL! Plus, I was busy building up my Zoe photo collection!View full post »

Asheville, NC – Late Summer 2011

 These photos were taken on an Early August morning in the hills outside of Asheville, North Carolina. Asheville is known for their foggy mornings from the French Broad River.  Also take note- the spider webs in these photos were a huge source ofView full post »

Bangkok, Thailand

 Bangkok, ThailandFlowers for sale by the locals Bangkok Traffic Houses along the river. Unfortunately, these houses probably all washed away during the flooding this past fall. Bus in Bangkok TukTuk in Bangkok Red Door at the Temples BuddhistView full post »

Days 5-7 in Thailand

These photos are from the end of our time in Phuket. They were taken at the Islands of Phi Phi Ley and Phi Phi Don south of Phuket. We took a ferry ride down to Phi Phi Don, where all the hotels are. On our way to Phi Phi Don, our ferry boat took usView full post »

Days 3-4 in Thailand

 This is a continuation of the photos from our trip to Thailand. This album is very special to me because it is of the day that my fiance and I got engaged! He proposed at the Royal Phuket Yacht Club on a patio overlooking Naihon Beach. The lastView full post »

Busy couple of weeks….

It has been a couple weeks since I posted last — I’ve been spending my time off doing some wedding planning. These photos were taken on Friday, December 2nd in Douglas, Wyoming. I took highway 59 down from Gillette and about 20 milesView full post »

First Days In Thailand

Flying over the Grand Canyon on the flight from Denver to LA We stayed in Patong, which apparently is known for its nightlife. This is one of the bars on the famous Bangla Road. We found a little bit of home in Patong… Mopeds everywhere!View full post »

Christmas Card for the Niece and Nephew

So me and my future sister-in-law spent most of yesterday trying to get a 5 month old to smile and a 3 year old to cooperate. We were successful in both and I think we got some pretty cute photos 🙂  View full post »

November Snowstorm

So this weekend, I’m a bit of a bachelorette. My loving fiance is down in Vegas partying with the boys, so what do I do? Pack up my camera and go for a drive. I spent the evening with my parents in Cheyenne but then needed to go get someView full post »

UW Homecoming

October 15th – University of Wyoming Homecoming I spent 6 years in Laramie, Wy, working on my bachelors degree and then getting work experience before going on to grad school. In that 6 years, I don’t remember a single October that was asView full post »

Hello world!

So after years of facebooking my photos, I’ve decided its time to find a new way to share my photos. There are few reasons why I’m switching to blogging I’m not real comfortable with the fine print over at facebook and theirView full post »

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