Happy Monday! I hope everyone is feeling refreshed after a fun and relaxing weekend. Here are some of my favorite photos from our recent trip to visit Sam’s family in Boise, Idaho. When we travel, I always like to get out and catch the sunset. This is usually when lighting is at it’s best and you can see a gorgeous sky. It’s funny to think how different a sunset can look depending on where you are in the world. The skies in Boise definitely surprised me with their rich orange hues and the clouds like that looked like strokes of a paint brush.
One of the things that fascinated me about the area is the amount of crops that lined what felt like every corner. We stopped to take some shots of this gingham dress along the corn and I could have easily reached to a pick off an ear as there aren’t any fences, gates or barbed wires. It seems leaving crops that aren’t your’s alone is an unspoken understanding among residents. It’s that friendliness of community that really impressed me here.
Besides taking in views of farmlands and sunsets, we had a lot of fun adventuring with Sam’s family throughout our time in Idaho. We spent a day floating (more like rafting) down Indian Creek and hiked to a waterfall at Jump Creek one afternoon and spent 4th of July acting like kids on our homemade (and extremely epic) slip-n-slide. Make sure you’re following along on Snapchat to check out our travel and daily adventures, too. You can add me, here: Audrey’s Snapchat.