Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Sun Valley

We drove to Sun Valley, which is two hours away. There are no trees or mountains until you are right there. Sun valley town is touristy and looks awesome, but our true love was the quiet trails out of town where no people were around.

I am so happy to be back near forests and mountains to go hiking and camping and hopefully even go skiing.


Stephanie said...

Oh, Jenni! Those pictures seriously make me want to cry, they're so beautiful! I miss the mountains so much. I know I said that in my last comment, but it's worth repeating. ;-) I LOVE the picture of you with your children. What a fun trip to take. I've never been to Sun Valley, strangely. Anyhow, I'm dying to hear about your new life in the West! Hope you guys are doing well. And thank you so much for your comments on my blog! I appreciate the encouragement (and the sympathy! Thankfully, our A/C is working again. Whew!)

White's said...

Wow, just catching up on blogs, you guys are in Twin Falls!? That's awesome! Congratulations on graduating Jeremy! Tiffany

Kandie said...

Looks awesome and very beautiful. Wish we were in the mountains with you. We definitely miss those. My kids miss your kids, and loved seeing your pictures.