If you were to put safety first, what would you ever do? Would you drive down a highway at 75 mph? Would you travel on an airplane? Would you visit a foreign country? Would you have children? Would you attend a protest for Black Lives Matter in the middle of a global pandemic? WOULD ANYONE EVER LEAVE THE HOUSE?
High Fives for Hikers wasn’t ever simply about hiking. It was about the impact of the outdoors. It was about how going outside can help us to “press reset,” connect with other people, and push mental and physical boundaries.
I have been letting the title of the blog get in the way, but it’s MY BLOG–I decide what’s on theme.
So, friends, here’s what on “theme.” HIKING IS ON THEME. BIKING IS ON THEME. RUNNING…ON THEME. Camping? My future camper van? My life as a teacher? Book reviews? IT’S. ALL. ON. THEME.
In early October of 2017, Kyle and I traveled to the Adirondack high peaks to spend a long weekend with the fall foliage. We parked
The Pemi Loop is a notorious backpacking trail found in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. As we were planning our trip to NH, I
All I can say is…better late than never with this! At the end of 2017, Kyle and I spent 5 days in the Adirondack mountains…in
Merriam Webster calls a mountain “a landmass that projects conspicuously above its surroundings and is higher than a hill.” A hill, in contrast, is “a