And at the end of the day (or week), Your feet should be dirty, Your hair messy And your eyes sparkling ~Author Unknown So....it's Thursday and my hair is still a mess, I keep finding dirt under my nails and my eyes are definitely sparkling; stronger, braver and wiser. Last week started with a trip to Colorado … Continue reading Last week’s micro-adventures, plus Big Agnes Fly Creek UL1 and Women’s Serrana Sleeping Bag gear review!
Check out my Instagram on the side bar for a 38 second packing video I just made. The packing list is in the Isle Royale post if you want a closer look. You are looking at 5-6 days of food packed for a solo trip without sharing any gear. I still came in just under … Continue reading Packing.
Here's the 3rd installment of our backpacking trip to Isle Royale National Park. We have one more post coming that will feature FOOD! Yum! This post will focus a little more on planning and packing for our backpacking adventure! Know your facts about where you can and can't stay: Group camping: Like most NPS Backpacking sites, … Continue reading Isle Royale part 3: Prepping and Packing!
TRIP DETAILS LENGTH 2.3 miles DIFFICULTY Easy DATE May 27, 2016 MAIN FEATURES Historic frontier town, Mississippi River, St. Francis Xavier Chapel Part 2 of our two for one Hiking Club Trail adventure took us from Charles A. Lindbergh State Park to Crow Wing State Park! Hiking Club Trail #21 & 22...only 46 trails to go! Crow Wing is a … Continue reading Crow Wing State Park
TRIP DETAILS LENGTH 2.5 miles DIFFICULTY Easy, a few rolling hills DATE February 12, 2017 MAIN FEATURES Ice, ice baby. Biking and paddling in the Summer. Sakatah State Park is an 842 acre wilderness area on the shore of Sakatah Lake. The Hiking Club trail and other trails in the park are fairly short, but you will have access to … Continue reading Sakatah Lake State Park