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North America

From swimming with beluga whales and photographing polar bears in Canada’s Great White North, to swinging through the jungle in Mexico, we love exploring our home continent as much as one’s across the pond. Join us on road trips, hikes, rafting adventures, and cultural experiences in North America.

Elkhorn Hot Springs

I keep complaining about there not being any snow and then posting photos of us playing in the snow. Are you confused? To clarify, there is some snow in Montana, it’s just not around us. So, we must travel. Last weekend, we joined our friends, Brooke, Peter and Matine, for our second annual winter ski …

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17 reasons kids love Devils Tower

Devils Tower National Monument was stop number two, and our first overnight. We couldn’t have picked a better place. Devils Tower is great for kids and families because… (in no particular order, except the order I took the photos) 1. The Tower is cool. It’s a big igneous intrusion in the beautiful Black Hills. You …

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An evening at Pine Creek Cafe

There’s very few finer ways to spend a summer evening than listening to music at the Pine Creek Cafe in Pine Creek, Mont. You cannot hold Anders back when he wants to dance. The Hooligans Dancing with my little dude. He loves to spin. Anders joins in the fun. So sleepy… Next time you are …

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Belgrade splash park

When it gets hot (you know, above 80 degrees F) we need to cool off. The splash park in Belgrade, Mont. was just the ticket last week. (Park details below.) Figuring the place out. Finn takes over the cannon. Watch out! You don’t have to be big when you have a big water gun. Anders …

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Bozeman Beach

We finally got around to taking a beach vacation. It was just a day trip, but still a vacation. And it wasn’t really a beach, since a beach is attached to an ocean or at least a sea. This sand is attached to a lake. The boys and I spent the Fourth of July playing …

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{hiking} Suce Creek

Before I had kids, I hiked up Suce Creek about once a week. It’s just 20 minutes from our house, I seldom see anyone there, a nice hill at the end gets my heart rate up and the carcasses are usually close enough to the trail that I can find Rigby and drag him out. …

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