Tag: health

Guest Blog: How Many Calories Does Your Dog Breed Need?

Are you an overprotective dog parent? No! You’re actually doing a great job if you’re interested in how much your barker should eat. It matters a lot how much you put in front of your dog to eat because different breeds have different calorie intake needs. As a dog owner, you have a serious responsibility

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New! Guided Hikes

Hey guys! Today I am happy to announce starting March (next Monday!), we are now offering guided hikes in SoCal! First, it was coaching, and now this. I am happy to be expanding and serve our community so more people can enjoy the great outdoors. So, who is this for? Our guided hikes are perfect

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Review: Take A Hike! A Donkey-Donk Story

I get review requests for books and products regularly, but only a handful of emails catch my attention. This book is one of them! I am so excited to share it with you guys. Take A Hike! is a children’s book, and a miniature donkey named Donkey-Donk is the main character. This book is the

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Clunker…Holy Cross…Holey Bucket

Holey Bucket

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

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Camping and Hiking in the Sierra National Forest

Huntington Lake

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

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Whatever Wednesday

Eagle Rock Hike

The day when I found out Xena is a cattle dog in disguise. Our hike to Eagle Rock back in March included a couple of unexpected cattle drives. The Kilchers of Alaska The Last Frontier made it look hard, but apparently, all you need is Xena. The cows made a line and followed us for

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