Have you noticed how happy people are on the trails when you go hiking? I hardly imagine people without smiles or laughter when I go hiking. In fact, there's plenty of good energy when you are on the trail, whatever mountains you're exploring in whatever part of the world it may be.Read More
I solo trek all the time on muti-day treks but can a trekker handle solo long drives?
I have a 16 year old car that just reached over 100,000 miles a few months ago. I realized I have not driven it as much and when an opportunity arose for me to head over to Arkansas for an Outdoor Blogger Summit, I decided that perhaps it’s time for me to take my Toyota Echo for a drive.Read More
Many people associate Washington State with Mount Rainier or Olympic National Park. North of Seattle, however, is filled with wonderful mountain trails to entice any type of hiker or mountain enthusiast. As a former resident of the state, I'm ashamed to admit that I didn't get a chance to explore much of the trekking destinations in Washington.Read More
If you ever manage to spend time in the D.C. area, you'll soon realize that there's a large hiking community in the region. There are options from easy to strenuous hikes and multi-day backpacking trips.Read More
This was a trip about hiking and solely just that. Alone. By myself. Sounds daunting? Heck, yeah.Read More
If there is a trek that has taught me well as a trekker, it would be the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Trek.Read More
I took a chance on FL keys, not knowing about the hidden gem called Bahia Honda State Park until more research online led me to believe that it’s a must see beach destination close to home.Read More