Thank you to all of the ladies that played in my mini-contest! These 4 brilliant bloggers are the lovely Malin from Bless Your Heart, Y'all, the wonderful Claire from Claire's Creations and Photography, the awesome Lolo from Crazy About My Baybah, and the amazing Michelle from Falafel and the Bee! All 4 gave different but correct answers, so they all get a featured post here on TPRM! Stay tuned!

So I promised to put up pix from our adventure to Mt. St. Helens, and well, there are so many that I want to share, I think it is way too many for one blog post. So what I did was to post them in another section of my blog called Adventures in Pictures. How is this section different from Pix I Take you ask? Well Pix I Take is and will be an archive of my favorite photos. While Adventures in Pictures will be a rotating gallery of pictures from recent adventures. So I hope you enjoy! Go on over to the Adventures in Pictures section of my blog and tell me what you think about my Mt. St. Helens pictures! Leave me a comment here about your favorite ones or your own Mt. St. Helens adventures. I'll give you a little sneak peek below of what you'll find over there:
(Oh and don't forget to enter my photo challenge- there are fun and prizes to be had!!)







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