About Jennifer Noble

Jennifer Noble, feature writer from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was included in Harvest House’s compilation “I’m Glad I’m a Mom” and the devotional “God Still Meets Needs: People Tell the Stories of How God Was There For Them in Tough Times.” Providing features for AAA Travel’s “Home and Away” magazine and articles for the Ronald McDonald House of Sioux Falls are venues she’s got covered, including travel destinations, crafted press releases, quarterly newsletters and events.

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Growing Up Snowshoeing

From treks along rivers to exploring California mountains, Michael Moxnes, 27, began snowshoeing as a child and continues to pursue numerous adventures. He discovered new lands on these spontaneous adventures, often in fresh laden snow settings where the air was … Continue reading


Winter Athleticism Brings A Healthy Outlook, Part 2

Julie Dahl with Shadow

Julie Dahl walks six to seven days a week for three miles. She felt it was time to transition from the physical taxation she’d experienced running to a less strenuous workout. Running provided a cardiovascular challenge, … Continue reading


Winter Athleticism Brings A Healthy Outlook, Part 1

Snowshoe Magazine

Gary Moxnes, 61, is the type of guy whose social media features him in dry snaps of winter clenching his gear. He’s lamenting, “I sorely dislike the windchill and icy conditions, but come on, let It snow! Wasted gear is … Continue reading