Bryan and I stayed at our very first bed and breakfast, where we were served a delicious (and gluten free!) breakfast out on the back deck.
I went on my first huckleberry hiking adventure. Let's just say that I now understand why they charge $12 for a small bag of huckleberries at the farmer's market.
We spent one glorious day in Glacier National Park. iPhone pictures certainly do not to that place justice - nor do words.
I set up a tea station at work (complete with teas, diffusers, mugs, and a hot pot), so that I can sip afternoon tea to help get me through the afternoon lull.
I baked a batch of really delicious gluten free, huckleberry scones based on this recipe. Does anything go better with morning coffee or afternoon tea than scones? I think not.
We hiked up Mount Helena again. Only this time we decided to take the "Power Line Trail," which essentially shoots straight up the mountain. I thought I might have a heart attack, but the view from the top was worth it.
I couldn't resist these gorgeous flowers at the Saturday morning farmer's market. I just love sunflowers.
And, I already bought my first squash of the season, as well. (Be prepared for all of the "I love autumn!" posts to come).
We went kayaking for the first time since we've been out here, and it was a very peaceful morning on the water.
Oh, and I've quit Facebook for the time being, but I'm loving Pinterest - so visually appealing and creatively inspiring.