So this is what they were talking about… (Chicago Winter Woes)

When we¬†first decided to move to the Chicago area, in November no less, every single person we encountered would look at us incredulously and warn us about the frigid cold winters. Even when we were in Fairbanks, Alaska, where the winter temperatures regularly hover below zero, residents pitied the frosty plight that we were toContinue reading “So this is what they were talking about… (Chicago Winter Woes)”

Airplanes Over Alaska

Before we pulled out of Fairbanks this morning on the train, we had one last little adventure. At Andrew’s insistence, we visited the city’s smaller airport – built for recreational pilots and float planes. Alaska is a vast land, with cities spread hundreds of miles apart and smaller towns or residences in remote areas notContinue reading “Airplanes Over Alaska”

Falling in Love with the Golden Heart

It’s hard to believe we’ve already been here over a week. In a way though, it also feels like so much longer. Usually when we travel, we’re constantly on the move, but with Andrew’s job, it’s allowed us to settle into Fairbanks more, get to know the town a little better. The first few days,Continue reading “Falling in Love with the Golden Heart”

Alaskan Anniversary

A few months ago when I thought about how me might spend our first anniversary, I figured we would maybe go out to a nice dinner to celebrate, perhaps even escape to a bed and breakfast in the mountains for a weekend. Never did I think that we would get to celebrate in the biggestContinue reading “Alaskan Anniversary”

Wanderlust & Adventures Ahead

This past weekend while visiting the lovely Pleasanton Goods in Paris, Kentucky for my cousin’s baby shower, my eye caught sight of a beautiful magazine. I was instantly drawn in by a single caption on the cover. Wander. ¬†Defined as to “walk or move in a leisurely, casual, or aimless way,” wander is one ofContinue reading “Wanderlust & Adventures Ahead”