Category Archives: camping

“Recent Lessons…” Journal Entry June 13th.

Looking back at written words and appreciating where I was in life when they were written.  Thinking the June 13th learnings can forever apply. On this day, I found myself in Canada, on a bike, pedaling towards Glacier National Park … Continue reading

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Hiking Mt. Bierstadt & Mt. Evans

“I’m missing one of my hiking boots,” Kat says speaking towards my tent.  I’m already bundled inside two sleeping bags.  I can see my breath, we’re camping at about 11,000ft.  Our plan:  to double peak Bierstadt and Evans in just … Continue reading

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Vail to Frisco Thru Hike

Last Friday/Saturday Kari and I ventured out, full packs and set off to accomplish one of Kari’s ideas.  Hiking from Vail to Frisco.  The drive takes 25 minutes and includes Vail pass which reached an elevation of 10,000+ft and that’s … Continue reading

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The tires roll on!

We’re about 1,000 miles in on 16 days of biking.  Tho we’ve had to stop for over 10 days total, we’ll continue on again. After my sister Angies wedding in Dallas, our bikes took run again into the Redwoods for … Continue reading

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Photos from the week!

  How to fix a broken tent pole!

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For Girl Scout Troop 20035 in Mason City Iowa

Just checked my email and had an awesome set of questions from 7th graders out of Mason City.  Here are the answers. Tim and I decided to ride our bikes because he’s had a life long goal of biking across … Continue reading

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into Arizona we roll

Luck is on our side. We rolled through Cali’s agriculture land, then onto the desert where there was wasn’t anything at all, and then into this desert oasis of 100,000 acres of sand dunes. Because it was in the middle … Continue reading

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