Want to see what Kirk and I have been up to? Head on over to WTA (Washington Trails Association) to see our tasty Huckleberry Cobbler (and more!). Click on "Read This Immediately" to see the PDF file. The recipe for Double Ginger Huckleberry Cobbler has been added to TrailCooking as well. ~Sarah
Is it a rarity - the day hiker who carries the means to have a hot meal and a nice break during the day? Out here in the Pacific Northwest I would say no - I often see people stopping for a mug of hot tea, a cup of soup and a hot lunch. Maybe… Continue reading What Is In Your Dayhiking Food Bag?
After my hike at Sunrise yesterday I headed downhill to White River. I wanted somewhere peaceful to have lunch so I picked the climbers parking lot/day use/picnic area outside of the car campground. The Wonderland Trail runs through the middle of the picnic area and I choose the last table where I could see the… Continue reading Meal Review: Meals On Wheels
Woke up to what I could call a mostly free morning and Kirk encouraged me to head up into the mountains. I wasn't sure where to go so I drove up into the clouds. Something told me to go to Sunrise at Rainier and who am I to ignore the luring song in my head?… Continue reading Monday in the Clouds
Love the photos and ideas from Baz's blog on making Rum and Raisin Bannock Bread. Baz also this summer tried out a gluten free bannock recipe of his making. Also check out LiteHikers blog post on his recipe for bannock and a recipe we posted as well for another version here. ~Sarah