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
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
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
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
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.
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
Here is the last hike from our February Moab trip. After the short but fantastic hike to Corona Arch, we drove to the empty Gold Bar Group Campground nearby to make lunch. The food is always so good after a hike! Since the morning hike was a short one, we decided to check out another