Why do most people travel to Sedona? Because of the intense beauty it has to offer. People who love the outdoors will get more than they can handle in a weekend or week vacation. Full time nomads don’t experience everything it has to offer! This was our second time in Sedona and it totaled to just […]
Spending time outdoors is a no-brainer for some but for countless others even spending a mere matter of minutes outside everyday is a challenge, or something that simply just doesn’t cross the mind.
It’s the night before your mountain summit. It’s already 11:30PM but you’re just way too excited to fall asleep. Your alarm is set for earlier than usual, 6am…Wait…5? You don’t remember so you go check for the third time. The phone screen lights up your face showing alarms for 3:15, 3:30, 4am. Now you’re definitely […]
I wanted to take a moment to write about my recently-completed quest to summit all 48 of the 4,000-foot mountains in New Hampshire (aka the 4,000-Footers). Even though I am out exploring some unbelievably incredible areas of this country, the mountains of New England hold a special place in my heart and I often think […]
Every year I’m blessed with the opportunity to spend a couple of nights in the backcountry with my kids. On these trips I get time without the distractions of our usual lives. There’s no TV, no radio, no ballet or ice skating or tae kwon do. It’s just them and me and it’s magical. While […]
Throw away those s’mores and stash away the lazy reads next to a bubbling brook. Just when you thought that glamping was here to stay, a new craze hits the camping scene. The focus on personal health and fitness becomes more prevalent as a quarter of deaths reported in the U.S. is attributed to heart disease. With […]