As you know from my last week’s post, I went hiking in Joshua Tree National Park in January. Sadly, dogs are not allowed on hiking trails so my sister and I went to the park ourselves to hike Ryan Mountain – the second highest point in Joshua Tree – and had to leave Xena at
Me: Why are you hiding? Z: I am going to surprise that hiker. Me: Don’t do it. Z: Why not? Me: Because. I will get in trouble. Z: 😈 Me: Do you want your leash? Z: Hmm….you win….this time. XOXO
In January, I made my annual desert trip to La Quinta which is 2 hours from L.A. Rainstorm was in the forecast for my entire trip but I didn’t care. I looked forward to this trip all winter and I wasn’t going to cancel it. I was ready for a break from the daily routines.
Everyone knows hydration is important for your body. This is especially important when you are adventuring in outdoors. Coconut water is my go to hydration source on the trails. It’s tasty and has many health benefits. It’s packed with vitamins, minerals and electrolytes. Each coconut water brand tastes slightly different to me. My personal favorite
As we were getting close to Placerita Canyon Nature Center, a light came on on my dashboard. “ICY”. I noticed the temperature outside was 36 degrees. I looked around as I was driving. No ice. “Oh, don’t be so dramatic.”, I told my car. Then I realized I didn’t bring Xena’s coat. I parked near
Hello everyone! Sorry for the late post. This is a hike I did at the end of November. I usually post a hike within a month but with holidays and all, I just got around to write about it. The trailhead starts the western side of the parking lot in Bailey Canyon Park (address provided
Very happy birthday to my favorite adventure dog! She never quite connected with the warrior side of her name but she’s always been a princess.👑 Thanks for being my motivation and inspiration to stay active, healthy and explore every day.🐾 Thanks for being my personal security guard. Because of you, solo travels are less solo.🚗