Category Archives: Montana

My Sense of Adventure

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

My restless feet are bound for adventure, so I’m hitting the ground running.

The adventure I seek isn’t grand. It needs only to evoke a sense of place. For me to experience it, to see it, to breathe it, to smell it, to feel it beneath my feet. To serve as a reminder of the weight of the world.

I aim to discover more of my own surroundings. There is so much of Montana I have yet to explore.

The beauty of this landscape is ceaselessly inspirational and empowering. It’s pushing me hard, and calling my name, and all I can do is run with it.

Photography: by Christopher Cauble

Wearing: Sweater by Billabong via The Root | Jeans by Joe’s Jeans | Hat by Asos

Our Anniversary

Sarah Cauble

Sarah Cauble

Sarah Cauble

Sarah Cauble

Sarah Cauble

One Year Anniversary

One year ago, on June 22, 2013, I married the one person that managed to captivate me, inspire me, influence me, and dare me to dream in a way that no one ever has. I’ve fallen in love with him again and again, countless times, without reservation.

I’m so happy to call Christopher my husband and my partner in this crazy thing called life.

We spent our one-year anniversary on a hill near a butte in the middle of our great state of Montana. It was a simple evening with a bottle of wine and a cozy wool blanket. But the weather and the skies and Christopher managed to make it a night to remember.

Photography: by Christopher Cauble

Wearing: Dress by Free People | Boots by Indigo by Clarks

On Top of the World

Beartooth Pass

Christopher and I recently hit the All American Road for a little weekend getaway through the mountains. We traveled the Beartooth Highway leading to the scenic northeastern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Atop the Beartooth Pass, we took in the expansive views as the cool windy air gave us a slight chill at nearly 11,000 feet above sea level.

We camped off the well-traveled road at Lily Lake in a private, wooded area. We spent the evening near the campfire warding off mosquitos, cooking up pie iron quesadillas and roasting marshmallows. Marshmallows that were—surprisingly—a hot commodity. On our way, we searched for a bag of marshmallows at a number of grocery stores and gas stations with no luck. It wasn’t until we reached the Top of the World general store that we finally found a bag. (At 9,400 feet, might I add).

We ended our trip with a couple of light hikes in Yellowstone, followed by lunch overlooking the Yellowstone River in Gardiner, Montana.

Weekend getaways are so rejuvenating—there’s something about being on the road that clears my mind and allows the chance for me to to enjoy life’s simple pleasures.

A Montana Journal

Today, I’m sharing with you a very special project.

I was very fortunate to get to work with my fiancé on a new book called, A Montana Journal, which features Christopher’s photography. I worked with him to design the interior and the cover; there’s just something about collaborating with your favorite person that’s fun and exciting and inspiring—while at times, also stressful and hectic and crazy. But in the end, working with the one you love creates a partnership on another level.

This is Christopher’s first published book, and for that I’m one proud girl.

A Montana Journal was published by Riverbend Publishing.