Spent the long “traitorous colonials” (aka: Independence Day) weekend with my best friend, her hubs, and their two small humans camping out in North Cascades National Park. There were camp fires, roasted marshmallow stuffed Reese’s (because this Celiac improvises with candy for Graham Crackers, haha!), bugs with little people, hiking and boat rides. ‘Merica!
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The only time I willingly allow bugs in my tent is when a little Heathen happens to be sharing it with me. All little kids should play with bugs 🙂
I had this great plan for getting up super early, pre-dawn-style, hopping a ferry over to the Olympic Peninsula and adventuring through a trail system along a lake. That didn’t so much happen.
So, this was a very unintentional nearly 3-month hiatus, but alas, the human body does what it wants… Continue reading
Colorado is beautiful, amazing, fantastic, gorgeous, and amazeballs (to steal the young people’s terminology). Continue reading
So there I was
The beauty of Scotland on a warm, bright spring day was beyond my imagining. How lucky then, that I was able to witness the stunning display Mother Nature provided on the third and final full day in Inverie.
What happens when one decides to go off the beaten (American) path in Scotland? One winds up with an experience far surpassing what they hoped. Continue reading
Well hello there!
I know, wasn’t that just a mind-blowing ‘welcome to my blog’? If I were able to serve you tea and cakes and have a little sit down with you, I would. Although, some of you might be creepers and I’m somewhat adverse to the idea of opening my door one day to a box of photos of me with my eyes burned out. Just thought I’d throw that out there in case someone was thinking it sounded like a good idea. It’s not. Please don’t.
So I’ve recently rejoined the outdoors universe. Continue reading