Awhile back I read a blog post titled "Why You Should Get Out of Bed and Hike, Even if You’re an Exhausted Parent", which was I realized only too quickly, was a click-bait title. It left a sour feeling I couldn't shake, and I had to ask myself why - and it was a lot… Continue reading Finding Balance Between Family And The Outdoors
Outdoor Medical Emergency Handbook is about the most indepth book for the outdoors I have read. This isn't a happy read by any means, but it is a good one. With our youngest son's severe allergies, I don't take it lightly (I carry 4 Epi-Pens when we hike). I was reassured, for example reading about… Continue reading Book Review: Outdoor Medical Emergency Handbook
The Shadow Habitat is a 5,000 year old peat bog that sits in SE King County, so well hidden it can be an adventure just finding it 😉 I had been meaning to take the boys there for a while, and we had a nice day on Tuesday, so we drove over. If you do… Continue reading Urban Adventures: Shadow Habitat
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!
After spending a long weekend in Denver, walking out among the Evergreen trees this morning made me smile so much more. My trees make me happy. Listen to the wise words of our man Bob 😉