The big success of our family’s summer was getting out on spontaneous camping trips. Before kids, this was easy, but with babies it felt nearly impossible.
Summer! Always so busy, and this year even more so. We packed our schedule with outdoor events, which hopefully we saw you at, and had a blast. We went to San Francisco (twice), Tahoe, Powder Mountain, and Lake Mead near Las Vegas.
We taught cooking classes at REI’s brand new Outessa Summit last weekend. This was a festival celebrating women in the outdoors.
*This post was originally written for The Outbound Collective. The hardest part of planning a backpacking trip is planning your meals.
The golden hour has just passed and the sun’s warm rays are slipping away. The excitement of the day is starting to wear off and the anticipation of food and a cozy sleeping bag become the focal point.
Memorial Day weekend is coming up, and it’s always a great time to get outdoors with family and friends. Here is a roundup of some of our favorite camping recipes. Quick and simple, and great for a party. Enjoy!
Ok, so they aren’t exactly potato skins, but they taste the same, which is amazingly delicious, and the shape is much more appropriate for camping.
Last August I committed to starting a plant-based diet. I was vegetarian for years, but struggled with making the leap to going vegan, mostly because I didn’t want to give up my beloved cheese.
Were you all around when SoCal got it’s first real snowstorm in years? It was last week. We like to ski at a little place called Mountain High, which is usually more like skiing in dirt.
I’m always looking for more options for savory snacks to take when I go out and play.