Smoky Mountains

Sam's tapping into her rugged side and trailblazing her way through the mountains, white-water rafting and much more.

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Sam gets her gear for a weekend of dog sledding and ice camping in Ely, MN. 960 1280

  

Sam tests her balance on the sled. 960 1280

  

Setting up camp is a team effort (especially in these frigid conditions). 960 1280

  

Sam gets fitted for mukluks at Stege Mukluks in Ely, MN. 960 1280

  

The beautiful scenery in Ely, MN. 960 1280

  

Sam out in the wild with the dogs. 960 1280

  

This snow dog takes a much-needed break. 960 1280

  

Bundled-up Sam on the ice. 960 1280

  

Sam gets her snow dog ready for the ride. 960 1280

  

Hold on tight, Sam! 960 1280

  

We can't tell if Sam took a spill or if she's just taking a rest! 960 1280

  

Minnesota  11 Photos

Sam arrives at the Biltmore in Santa Barbara, CA. 960 1280

  

Sam works with Pilar Sanchez, chef at the Biltmore, in Santa Barbara, CA. 960 1280

  

Sam enjoys a glass of wine at the Biltmore. 960 1280

  

Samantha chats with Plow and Angel bartender Chris Forrest at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara. 960 1280

  

From up above, Sam and her dancing partner Ernesto Martinez at the Stateside Lounge in Santa Barbara, CA. 960 1280

  

Sam is dipped by Ernesto Martinez while salsa instructor Solange Sanhueza looks on at the Stateside Lounge. 960 1280

  

Sam walks her horse with instructor John Westley at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club. 960 1280

  

Samantha gets a lesson in preparing zoo food from keeper Michele Green at the Santa Barbara Zoo. 960 1280

  

Sam gets a chance to feed the gorillas at the Santa Barbara Zoo. 960 1280

  

Samantha and fox friend Finnigan at the Santa Barbara Zoo. 960 1280

  

Sam shows off her creation at Art from Scrap in Santa Barbara, CA. 960 1280

  

Samantha talks with Jim Brewer, owner of Blueline Standup Paddlesports in Santa Barbara, CA. 960 1280

  

Sam starts to paddle out to her next destination' 960 1280

  

Santa Barbara  13 Photos