I asked my neighbors if they'd like to join the boys and I on a hike on Saturday and they said yes, so suddenly I had to plan one. I picked an area I hadn't been to in at least 10 years. 10 years can bring a lot of change, mostly for the good, though… Continue reading Trip Report: Holder Knob on Taylor Mountain
Every few years I get the desire to go walk home on the local rail to trails here....and since I live on one of them, I literally can walk home 😉 Saturday morning Kirk dropped me off at the terminus for the Cedar River Trail and I walked back to town, where I turned onto… Continue reading Rail To Trail Hiking On A Cold Weekend
When I was at the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference earlier this month I had a light pop on in my head. While I have both allergy and gluten-free recipe indexes on TrailCooking, I realized many of our readers might not know this. They are works in progress, and as I have time I add to… Continue reading Allergy and Gluten Free Recipe Indexes
Nature Play? Simply nothing more than letting children's imagination leading their play. Do it at home, in the park, on the trail. Stop and just let them find ways to have fun. Join them!
I spent a long weekend In Denver - and realized as I was on the airport train that the first time I came to this airport it was 2-3 days after it opened in 1995. That'll make you feel old knowing its been there for 20 years..... I was in town for the Food Allergy… Continue reading Allergy Friendly Food Finds