I’ve been an avid outdoors woman for over half a decade now. I know just as well as anyone how much time and money goes into accumulating all the gear you need for a successful adventure. Whether it’s just a weekend camping trip, your first overnight backpacking trip, or a summer road trip that you’ve … More Adventure in a box
I love summer camping trips. Im not sure if it’s the smell of a camp fire 24 hours a day, river hair, dusty sandal-tanned feet, never changing out of your swim suit, hammock swinging, reading books, kayaking lakes, endless starry nights, or just the feeling like everything is perfect. But all that never even … More Off Grid Camp: Mount Jefferson
Summer is here, what better time to plan a road trip out to see some sights around the PNW. Last summer we took a road trip out to see one of Washington’s largest waterfalls, also known as the official waterfall of Washington state. Along with the several hour drive out to the falls, we skated … More Palouse Falls & That NW Bus
We moved to Oregon 3 years ago and all our family lives elsewhere. So when the opportunity arose to spend Thanksgiving weekend out in the desert with a new couple we connected with through social media we jumped at the change of scenery, no pun intended.
Have you ever driven east on the 84 past Hood River…past the Dalles…and just kept going?It’s vast, and open and there’s suddenly a peace of mind that comes over you, as you drive down the open road with nothing in view. The dirt reaches up until it fades into the blue skies, and large wind mills speckle the hills as they roll by. … More Camp for free: The Painted Hills
The adventure partner and I set out on a coastal road trip this past weekend to visit Thor’s Well & Cooks Chasm out on Cape Perpetua and Cape Kiwanda which is the smallest of the three capes in Pacific City, we had a blast adventuring through the rocks and the moody weather for some good … More The Capes on the Oregon coast