This is Eli

A blog about Eli. A blog about survival – and by that, I mean life!

Last weekend we drove to northeast Oklahoma. Our destination was Osage County, home of the Osage Nation, a bustling little town called Pawhuska, 70 square miles of pristine prairie and Oklahoma’s most famous blogger, The Pioneer Woman.

It was another last-minute hiking trip.

Don’t our pics look perfect?

Lest I mislead you, we got back from our hike and discovered Laila and Mark were crawling with ticks.

Nothing says love like an invasive family tick check. You have to look everywhere. EVERYWHERE.

Scrub any images from your minds, now, and enjoy the pleasant scenes.

Note: The photos were taken with my iPhone 4s and edited with my favorite app, Visual Supply Co’s photo app. More about VSCO.

What’s with the typewriter? Needed art for my journo portfolio and a new photo of Eli for the blog. Also, I love typewriters.

OH YEAH

OH YEAH

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Girl power hiking. Laila notes while hiking: "Even girl power needs a break."

Girl power hiking. Laila notes while hiking: “Even girl power needs a break.”

Pawhuska

Pawhuska

If you like reading about my adventures exploring the state of Oklahoma, hit up the category The Oklahoma Diaries. If you like taking iPhone pics, you might try iPhone photography, ie, iPhoneography.

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