A Place Aurora'ing with Adventure

June 22, 2018

Feel Good Friday

After graduation and in search of a s'light change, Traveler Brandi moved to Alaska. Life in the 49th state has opened her eyes to a world where adventure can be found 365 days a year.

She spends summer fishing in Aurora'ing streams,

winter wandering amongst fields of glaciers,

and fall hiking along colorful tree lines.

But the most unique adventure starts when night falls…

Brandi piles into a car with friends to drive to mountain tops in search of Aurora, the Northern Lights. Seeing the Northern Lights are an Au’rare’a occurrence, but these nights spent under the stars are always a high’light to any day. When Aurora does de’light you with its presence, the light show sets the world on fire.

Alaska has brought a constant state of adventure to Brandi’s life, so she's shedding some light on this beautiful state here too…

Here’s to a life Aurora'ing with adventure and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  Plus a few more fabric finds from others who took f’light in search of an adventure of their own…




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