U.S. National Parks, UNESCO, USA Travel

Yellowstone National Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Wyoming, Montana & Idaho

Yellowstone National Park is so extraordinary that it exists in three states, with the majority of the park in Wyoming. Even if this national park was only in one of those states, it would still be considered extraordinary in my book. Yellowstone is known for its geothermal features, such as Old Faithful and the thermal… Continue reading Yellowstone National Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Wyoming, Montana & Idaho

Food Journals

What I ate in IDAHO and UTAH – A Food Journal

Two women in their late forties, road tripping through four states- What could possibly go wrong? Nothing could go wrong and nothing did go wrong. Well except for my car rental dying in the driveway when I was packing up it up. Then my friend took an Uber to my house, instead of me picking… Continue reading What I ate in IDAHO and UTAH – A Food Journal

Global Dining

Henry’s Fork Lodge – A Refined and Rustic Retreat in Island Park, Idaho

Tucked away along the Snake River, unassumingly sits Henry's Fork Lodge. There is no grand enterance off the main highway to this rustic but ever so posh fishing lodge. You will have to turn down a couple of small Idahoan country roads until you arrive at this modest cedar lodge. Inside that lodge you will… Continue reading Henry’s Fork Lodge – A Refined and Rustic Retreat in Island Park, Idaho

Global Dining

Copper Rill Restaurant – Modern Upscale Dining in Idaho Falls

It was our last night of our twelve day road trip and we were spending the night in Idaho Falls. As with many of our meals on our trip through four states, I was interested in locating an upscale dining restaurant. For Idaho Falls I chose Copper Rill for their reviews, their chef stories and… Continue reading Copper Rill Restaurant – Modern Upscale Dining in Idaho Falls