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So, camping. Our last camping trip was over two years ago. It involved a nine-week-old baby, unforecasted rain and chilly temperatures, a leaky tent, very little hiking, and an early return. Gabriel’s look says it all. (I can’t believe he … Continue reading
Such a great weekend, what’s not to like? I obviously missed my calling as an author of inanely rhyming children’s books, no? After receiving just a few nibbles on the “for sale” post on CL (only one of which was … Continue reading
Despite lots of great potential content, I didn’t write much about our fabulous trip to Europe last spring.* Over the next couple of weeks, I will rectify that by sharing snippets from my travel journal in the “Looking back at … Continue reading
The water at Laurel Springs flowed quite enthusiastically after the previous night’s rain. We crossed safely, but it seemed a little iffy. It provided good crowd control, as we had the trail to ourselves from that point on for most … Continue reading
Why yes, I did mean that literally. And yes, I am wearing socks with my sandals. It’s what all the cool kids do, trust me. I hugged this tree on the Ramsey Cascades trail. Logging companies stripped most of the … Continue reading
While hiking in the Smoky Mountains: Matthew: I’m glad the birds are still calling. Me (puzzled): You’re glad your turds are still falling?