We are delighted to share our next guest blog by Shelley Trupert at Outdoorsy! Dreaming about renting a cool RV and traveling with your four-legged friend by your side or love camping but cold winter nights aren’t your thing? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
The weather had been pretty mild this winter. I decided to do overnight camping in Lone Pine in the Sierra Nevada. I’ve been wanting to check out Alabama Hills nearby so I decided to set up the camp in Lone Pine Campground and meander in Alabama Hills during the day. We left home early on
This is the last portion of our Utah adventure. …Continuing from our last post. After spending a few days by ourselves in Kanab, we were supposed to meet up with Jen and the boys again at Calf Creek. I hadn’t been able to reach her via text but I knew she was camping so I figured she didn’t have
Although I am now getting around to write about this trip, we took this trip back in late October/early November of last year. Yep, I got some catching up to do. This is what happens when you are adventuring faster than you can write about them. Not a bad problem to have. Road Trip to
Let’s talk about camping. Camping was merely something I’d like to try until the beginning of this year. Our glamping trip in April ignited the fire. I felt like we might actually like it if we try. After our try-out overnight camping trip in May proved my hunch was right, camping quickly became another way for
but it doesn’t always have to go as planned. …Continuing from our last post Inyo National Forest Camping Trip – Part 1 When I got to the hotel room and realized that I forgot to bring Xena’s food, I felt horrible. It was one of the first things I laid out when I started packing. So what
I am a natural planner. I don’t just pack up things last minute and go. I can’t. I am not designed that way. And naturally, I have a dog who has a similar personality. Don’t shock us with new experiences. Let us take our time to ease into it. But when we are ready, we