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Road Trip to Rexburg

Oh Rexburg. You will always be a part of me; my home away from home. I loved attending college at BYU-Idaho and had so much fun with friends and school activities. I loved my professors in the Communications Department. I even had pretty great classmates most of the time. That's why I am so excited that Jamie and Samantha are at BYU-I right now. Since summer was always my favorite semester, Derek and I couldn't resist the urge to road trip it up there to spend some time with our sisters and our lovely friends Robyn and Luke.

Here are the highlights:
  • Seeing the new iCenter
  • Sleeping over at Robyn's apartment. Her and Luke are such cute newly weds. I loved it. They took such good care of us.
  • Seeing Jamie and Samantha
  • The Sand Bar...even though it was freezing
  • Playing on the trains and playing games Sunday while it rained
  • Snoasis
  • The Sand Dunes
  • Sunday Dinner...we all pitched in and made a great feast of chicken enchiladas with salad and these delicious cupcakes for dessert. 
Sadly, I don't have pictures of all of these events but trust me...we had a grand ol' time. See for yourself.

{The Sand Dunes}
{My cute husband}
{Look at how adorable my sister is?}

{Derek and Samantha's first jump}
{Look at those cute best friends: Jamie and Annie}

{Robyn + Luke}

{Second jump}
{There they are again}
{I only add this to showcase how much I stink at jumping photos. Rach can attest to this from our many attempts in London}
{Snoasis! Best. Snow. Cones.}
{Robyn + Luke: Cute}


  1. What a fun trip! I've never been to Idaho before, but this makes me want to go. And it also makes me want shaved ice. :)


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