How the Outdoors Healed Me

On January 30th of this year, I was diagnosed with Stage 1a ovarian cancer. Until now I haven't shared this publicly...I haven't been sure if I wanted to say anything, or how exactly I wanted to say it. But 3 months out, it's starting to feel right to tell my story....

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Holiday Sale This Weekend!

Saturday - Monday, everything at WildBlueDream.com will be 20% off! You might be wondering...why not Black Friday? I think most of us have kind of become disgusted by the concept of Black Friday. I personally am not ok with stores opening up on Thanksgiving or the wee...

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Wild Blue Dream and Climate Change Action

I've been thinking a lot lately about climate change. It's been something that's been on my mind for several years now, but recently my worries about climate change have been kicked into high gear. It's been much warmer than usual in the Colorado mountains this fall,...

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Kokopelli Trail Adventure: Part II

The is a two-part post - in case you missed Part I, you can check it out here. Day 3: Dewey Bridge is named for the old bridge that crosses the Colorado River along Utah Highway 128 (which actually burned down a few years ago). If you’ve never driven 128 from Cisco to...

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Kokopelli Trail Adventure: Part I

If you haven't figured it out already, outdoor adventure and travel are a big part of my life and pretty much what inspire all of my artwork. My prints wouldn't be what they are without a lifestyle that includes hitting the road, exploring, and discovering new places....

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Now Printing in House!

I opened my Wild Blue Dream Etsy shop in July of 2014, and I wasn't sure at the time where it would take me. Although I would've liked to have done my own printing then, I just wasn't ready to make the investment to purchase the fine art printer I knew I would need to...

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The Story Behind Wild Blue Dream

For most of my life, the outdoor adventure lifestyle has been a huge part of who I am. I've been hiking since I can remember, skiing since I was 7, and mountain biking since college. I was fortunate that my parents were big fans of travel, and the memories we made as...

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