It is a New Year! And guess what that means in my household? Yep, the trip planning begins. If perhaps you are in need of a bit of inspiration or cheering on to make your dreams happen, I would like to share a letter that was given to me as a Christmas gift. A gift from the heart.
Viewing the Grand Canyon at least once in a lifetime should be on everyone’s bucket list.
The view from above is unique, easily assessable by all, and down right mind blasting. The expanse, mystery, and ever changing weather and light has a way of putting everything in perspective. It is nature’s gift.
Today I will be joining Nancy “Why Not” Huber and Erin “Wired” Saver to hike the very challenging Sierra High Route. The three of us made […]
The Ritter Range, an iconic backdrop for Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes, CA has been a family tradition for many a family portrait through the […]
If not now, then when? This summer started quickly with a century ride around Lake Tahoe. The 100 mile ride called “America’s Most Beautiful Bike […]
Sharing the outdoors is my passion. I think good information and planning leads to safe and happy outdoor adventures. Recent studies about the effects […]
A journey begins not with the first step, but with the desire to go where you have never gone. March 26 0 hiking miles Our […]
Shall I not have intelligence with the earth? Am I not partly leaves and vegetable mould myself? ~Henry David Thoreau March 25 4WD road in […]
If you are confident in your route-finding ability and can accept the real possibility of never being heard from again, follow your compass north-northwest, then […]
All of the things. ~Drop n’ Roll and Bubbles March 24 Up up the Sundance Trail, then dirt roads all the way to camp […]
Look back and say, at least I didn’t lead no humdrum life. ~Forest Gump March 23 Dark Canyon to bottom of Sundance Trail – 24 […]
A truly happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery while on a detour. March 22 4 WD road to Trail Canyon Trail, Trail […]
Any workout which does not involve a certain minimum of danger or responsibility does not improve the body — it just wears it out.” […]