Farmland and tractors. Welcome to the Palouse, the rolling hills of Northern Idaho.
Right after my brother’s baby Sam was born in mid-April, Chelsea and I flew north to Moscow, Idaho to meet the new addition to the family and visit everyone. It was a couple weeks filled with dinners, walks, hikes and bike rides, and plenty of oohing at the newborn. The perfect family visit.
I’m experimenting with shorter, photo-heavy posts on a more frequent basis with my usual posts mixed in. Let me know what you think! Quite the backlog of shots from our travels to work through still since I’ve been so busy. Here are a few pictures from this visit!
Cruising a rails-to-trails with dad, bro and Chelsea.
Chelsea feeding the wildlife during a bike ride.
Some acroyoga in the arboretum. (Photo credit Chelsea.)
My cheery aunt, Angie. (Wow, my hair was getting long.)
A little more acroyoga (my brother teaches it).
The classic (to me) Idaho symbol: the silo. Next to a great rails-to-trails bike path (you can see Chelsea and my dad cruising).
The University of Idaho arboretum with the big I on the water tower.
Chelsea’s Snow Princess cold weather hat. (Borrowed from Chelsea’s mom.)
Patchwork quilt of the Palouse, as the area around our home town is known. (Airplane shot!)
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