Taking kids hiking is a balance between your urges to get out and the childs urge to do as little work as possible. This summer we packed up the gear and headed to the hills. My son is now 9, and it was time to get him back to the high places. The camping is … Continue reading Hiking with kids in the mountains
2020 was a year of so many exhausting things - Covid 19 caused social isolation, distance, and too much time in our houses and apartments. Getting out was a question. Do you? Is traveling safe? How do I find a place where there are not a million other people trying to find a beautiful and … Continue reading Getting out in the age of Covid
Climate change is real. Science is real. We need to make sure out representatives know this of get them out of office. 2018 is coming and this country needs to roar again.
I know. It is harder to motivate, find time, get back in shape, get off the couch, lose the weight, ignore the projects you already ignore and people your age don't really do things like that anymore - or do they. Meet some 60-80 year old climbers who pull down hard.
May 20th, Colorado is celebrating their public lands, of which they have a lot.
Colorado has tens of millions of acres of public land, and over 130 events to celebrate them.
Culture is part of the environment - The environment is part of culture. This message is getting twisted in the current political environment, and we need to restate the argument.
As we learn more about climate change, we find some industries and governments are definitely not skeptics.
And check out Semi Rad. They are a celebration of all of us who will never be, and don't really strive to be the best in the world, but rather the people we want to be.
If you are in New Hampshire and want a lovely run/hike try the Caps Ridge trail up Jefferson and then a lovely trail to Mt. Washington.
We are all crazy busy, so it is nice to hear that short workouts can work for you. I have to say, the New York Times Well section has some great articles.