A Rainy Overnight Hike to Grey Owl’s Cabin

Although summer has barely started, I am already feeling like it’s flying by too fast and soon I will run out of time for all of the outdoor activities I would like to accomplish this season. As a result, I usually get too ambitious and plan up a multitude of hiking trips that end up … Continue reading A Rainy Overnight Hike to Grey Owl’s Cabin

Fire-Maple Fixed-Star 2 Stove –Budget Friendly Gear Review

I am a huge fan of the JetBoil stove systems and often borrowed my sisters for hiking trips. Now that we live in different cities and are on different schedules, it's trickier to meet up and share gear. I decided it would be a good time to invest in my own camp stove. The only … Continue reading Fire-Maple Fixed-Star 2 Stove –Budget Friendly Gear Review

Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

Thank you so very much Tea & Hiking Boots for the “Outstanding Blogger Award” nomination. I loved reading your response about the silver linings of living through a pandemic, and I share the same appreciation as you for a clean bathroom! I love following the adventures of so many bloggers, and I think its a … Continue reading Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

10 Things I Learned as a Tour Guide in the Rockies

Running water and flushing toilets are a gift. (I also have a strong appreciation for all buildings that don't have mice) 2. Someone on your tour will absolutely do that thing that you told them not to. They will let go of the dog sled, and they will step in that 'puddle' on the glacier … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned as a Tour Guide in the Rockies