wallace, idaho.

I said I'd come back with 'loads of photos' but really, these are the rest of the photos that I took from Wallace. I think occasionally it's better to walk around town without your camera to see what's really going on out there (instead of through your lens). But I did capture that giant sign and some incredible icicles outside. And I had a really good time making hot chocolate with my mom in our pink pot (hot chocolate is like, our thing). I made it back to school on Saturday and since then I've been unpacking and spending time with Tate. Bring it on, winter semester!

30 comments

  1. Woah those are some crazy icicles or should I say daggers lol I wouldn't like to be under one of those things if they fell down!

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  2. Wish we had snow like that here! Great photos :) x

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  3. that retro sign is so wicked! whatta place. hope you're having fun with your mama!

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  4. those icicles are super impressive!xx

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  5. Awesome pictures- Looks like a really cool place! Thanks for checking out my blog- Yours is great too! Now following!

    Lauren
    http://laurencroswell.tumblr.com/

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  6. Loving those snow covered trees. Winter perfection.

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  7. Oh my look at those icicles!!! They are scary big!! That motel sign is epic! Love it! =)

    Ergo - Blog

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  8. Just found this blog and that first photo really drew me in! Love love love it!

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  9. This place looks magical. That snow! Sweet mom time ;)

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  10. i've driven through wallace about a thousand time but i've never stopped! it looks quite charming. good luck with winter session!

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  11. That bedazzled motel sign is epic. Glad you had such a great time there!

    xoxo
    Liesl

    woodsy-soiree.blogspot.com

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  12. Hey doll I just saw your comment on my Music Monday post and we can totally be music buddies! Let me know what you listen to! I love falling in love with new music!

    Chao
    Poppie
    http://thepoppie.com

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  13. Wow those are some major icicles!! We have some like those here too! Hope you're staying warm!
    -Jessi
    haircutandgeneralattitude.blogspot.com

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  14. Pictures are so much fun! The snow is taking over, hahaha

    Sammy

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  15. Those icicles are insane! I bet they were amazing to look at x

    at-rubik.blogspot.com

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  16. What a picturesque looking town. Love the photos & I love hot chocolate too <3

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  17. Those icicles are perfect!!!! Loving that first shot! Hot chocolate is definitely your thing, ha

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  18. It looks so cool, love the shot of those icicles!

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  19. totally digging that stardust motel sign!

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  20. That last picture is just so artsy and cute x) I love it!

    xo
    summer

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  21. Nice that you got to go away before the semester starts! We got back in a couple days...I'm half looking forward to being back into a routine, and half dreading it!
    thehartungs.blogspot.ca

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  22. great shots! my roomates and I just avoided death after one of our seven foot icicles fell seconds before my roomate walked under it! needless to say we knocked those gorgeous things down to prevent future impalement. hate the love/hate relationship with winter... so gorgeous & so awful all at once.

    p.s. congrats on your engagement, you guys are too cute for each other.

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  23. look at those icicles!! goodluck unpacking and with the start of your semester!

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  24. Mmmm... homemade hot cocoa! Good luck with winter quarter - I trust that it'll be spectacular!

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  25. ooh cool!! have fun! :D

    katslovefashion.blogspot.com

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  26. Are those icicles real? They look a little like cardboard cut out ones You know when you see something that just looks too like a cliche image to be a real image? How bizarre.

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  27. boy that looks cold. very true on the lens thing, true true

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