When the brutal summer heat was finally coming to an end, the wildfires took over the mountains in Southern California last year. The Bobcat Fire burned for months in the Angeles National Forest. It started on September 6, 2020, and was finally contained by December 18. To say I was disappointed and felt sad would
With a name like that, you know I was intrigued. This was another short hike we did during the road trip in October. One night we stayed over in St George, UT. The next morning, I looked up local hikes nearby and decided to do this before getting on the road again. There is a
Like the rest of the world, we didn’t get to explore much this year between the Covid lockdown and a sequence of wildfires. But amid chaos, we managed to put in a few small hikes here and there this fall. In the next few posts, I will share those hikes with you. This was a
2020 has been eventful. The pandemic…job loss…lockdown…new job…..chaotic election…..more lockdown. But wait….There is more! I thought it was enough already then I had an unexplainable toe injury. It happened in my kitchen one evening. It reminded me of the saying, It can always be worse, so be grateful for what you already have. I won’t
Before the devastating Creek Fire took over the area early this month, we had a lovely time camping and hiking in the Sierra National Forest. I’ve never been up in this area, so I was very much looking forward to exploring it. We set up our camp at one of the established campgrounds near Huntington
Hey guys! Hope everyone is well and enjoying the summer as much as you can during this pandemic. Just wanted to check in and say hi! August just flew by. While this year seems like the longest year ever, each week is flying by. I don’t know how that is, but it just is. We
A day at the beach is great until this happens. Xena’s been sleeping a lot lately. I mean A LOT. So I started to wonder if it was a sign of her getting older. She turned 8 early this year after all. ⠀⠀I took her to the beach thinking we will have a nice stroll.