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I am from Heber Ut and Travis is from Farmington Ut. We both graduated from Utah State University and now live in Pullman, WA. I am currently attending Vet School at WSU and Travis is working as a commodities purchaser at Schweitzer Engineering here in Pullman. We will be here for the next four years and LOVE IT!

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Last Summer Adventures...

With the start of school coming up on us I was determine to make the most out of the rest of my last summer vacation! We packed activities in whenever we could. School is in session and going great but I'm sure glad we did all that we could before hand. The rest of our summer in iphone pictures.
Dinner after a round of Golf at Palouse Ridge

Paddle Boarding and Road ride around Coeur D'Alene

We paddle boarded our little camp out to an island for lunch

Camping down on the Selway River

Hiking above the Selway...note the bee above my head.

The Selway River right off of camp

My amazing fashion sense.

Sunsets from our balcony.

Sunday Funday with the Whitakers

Palouse Sunsets are amazing!

Flyfishing...Travis' first fish

Bike Path along Coeur D'Alene

St. George...

Back to reality was only short lived after my world travels, I was home for 2 weeks when we left for Southern Utah to meet up with Travis' family. Don't ask my WHY people go to Southern Utah for 10 days the end of July in 110 degree weather...oh wait I know, cheap golf! The Godderidge's have been going to St. George over the 24th of July every year for as long as Travis can remember. So Travis flew down Friday and I met him on Wednesday (I had missed enough work with my summer adventures). It is always a blast in St. George even if I complain about the heat constantly. We golf 18 holes every morning, lay by the pool all afternoon, and then gather up for the evening activities. The entire Godderidge extended family comes down for the vacation so the company is perfect. It's a great time to catch up with all of the family that we don't see often enough. Sadly I don't have that many pictures from the week but it was a fabulous time and we can't wait to continue the tradition!
All of the grandkids

Merry Go Rounds

They all wish they were still 17 and could pull this off.

Drew being a camel

Vacation continues...

After a month in Morocco and a week in Paris you would think I should head back to WA but instead I flew directly to Utah for a vacation with my family! Travis was flying down from Washington to meet us in Wyoming. So to the Barn we went for the 4th of July holiday. It truly is one of my favorite places to be. Nestled right against National Forest we are able to ride our mules right from our Barn. We had the best time riding mules, riding bikes, trail running, fishing, shooting pot guts, eating, and of course great company.
The View from the barn... great looking mules

My favorite trail run ever

Quick road ride from the barn with my mom

Hannah and I making fun of Brian and his family photo :)

Not a bad view for a bike ride

Jenny Lake

50 mile road ride around Teton National Park

Great Mule ride into Cliff Creek Falls

Cliff Creek Falls

Thursday, August 22, 2013


It seems like forever I was traveling! I never quite finished my travel blogs, mainly because Paris was well documented by my much more talented blogger sister so I figured I was covered. Which I was...visit HERE to see. However, I thought I would give a brief run down (mostly in pictures) of our week in Paris. I really was so sad to leave Morocco and all my friends I made there but I was excited to reunite with my mom and sister. They had arrived a day before me but promised not to do too much without me. After the loud reuniting and much needed food (moroccan of course) the night of my arrival, came the time to plan our activities. Usually I am the planner and activity coordinator...yes shocking I know, however this trip was slightly buried by my adventures to Morocco! I would like to congratulate myself on relaxing and going with the flow! Between Tehmi (my sister) and I, we figured out our game plan day by day and sometimes hour by hour. I did break down on day one and insist on buying a travel guide. My mother happily went wherever we said and only complained when she needed a diet coke.Our days consisted of leisurely seeing the sights, eating ridiculous amounts of french pastries, figuring out the system, attempting to speak french (or in my mothers case spanish) and enjoying one another's company! It was so great to not feel rushed or have to cram in so much in one day. It was an amazing trip and I am now longing for a pain au chocolat and coke light in a glass bottle.  Enjoy the pictures courtesy of Tehmi and my mom!
My handy tour guide book

Note the glass bottled coke light.

It really is beautiful.
We found a branch to attend on Sunday!

Monet's Gardens in Giverny...truly spectacular.
We rode bicycles out to Giverny, which is the most charming town.

We took the Eurostar into London for the day and went sight seeing in true london fashion...aboard a double decker bus! 
If only Royal baby would have arrived while we were there!