Notes on life seen traveling through California. MS on the move!
When you are on the rad in your RV, you can run into a wide variety of situations that require you to take precautions that protect you and that make your experience safer and as enjoyable as possible
With these items in your pack, all that is left to to take on the trail now are pictures.
It's summer again. It's time to put on our trekking shoes and rucksacks to bond with Mother Nature. If it's your first time to take a trip into the wilderness, here are some things you need to know about camping.
Barefoot hiking is therapeutic because there are approximately 250,000 sweat glands in a pair of feet. The sweat glands excrete as much as half a pint of moisture each day. Imagine you put half a pint of sweat into a closed shoe and wear it all day? Barefoot hiking is a refreshing, and here's why.
Hiking during the winter carries many risk and dangers. Winter hiking comes with positive and negative aspects that must be considered thoroughly prior to setting out onto the Appalachian trail.
Tips and resources for new hikers, for short, novice or easy hikes.
If you hike make sure you are comfortable doing it, and here's how. There are also certain foods that provide you energy while hiking and the acronym is GORP - learn what that is.