Caminante, son tus huellas el camino, y nada más; caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar. Antonio Machado The History Mozarabic Christian Pilgrims from all over the region, were crossing the muslim region of Al-Andalus on foot to reach all the way to Santiago de Compostela. The Camino de Santiago has been […]
What provides you with your inner strength? If I asked you this, you might list off the things which inspire and create the cornerstones of your life. Perhaps goals, projects, jobs, friends, and family would make the list. If you dug deeper you might move out of your normal lane and list more rugged skills […]
Today was awesome, but also a little sad as we realize this magical time has to end. We have bonded over the crazy weather, no cellular service, conquering fears of heights and small places, and a much more deep understanding of people who lived 1000 years ago and whose ancestors strongly preserve the traditions. We […]
by E.J. Peiker | June 19, 2018 The Hawaiian Islands are an archipelago of eight primary islands and many atolls that extend for 1600 miles in the central Pacific Ocean. The larger and inhabited islands are what we commonly refer to as Hawaii, the 50th State of the United States of America. The main islands, from east […]
This extraordinary Peruvian escapade might just be the king of unique vacations. If you’re a lover of nature and adventure, then this is the perfect destination for you. Situated amid the Peruvian Andes is the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and hanging from the side of the mountain are viewing pods, where its inhabitants are […]
Silver Cities Gough Park was ground zero for the 30-plus vendors who set up their displays
May 22, 2019 Last day in London. Another breakfast in the Tavistock gets our fires lit and off we go to the Underground. We’re going to St. Paul’s Cathedral. £22 to get in! Ouch. Photos are forbidden inside Christopher Wren’s religious fortress. In other churches this rule is half-hearted at best. Not here. There is […]
Agua Dulce (Mile 454) to Tehachapi (Mile 566) Appalachian Trail hikers have invented some pejorative nicknames for the states that trail passes through. Vermont, for example, is known among hikers as Vermud. Pennsylvania is Rocksylvania. New Jersey is New Bearsy. In this spirit, I’d like to propose that California be known forever more as “Windyfornia”. […]
Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of summer, and I could not be more excited. Living in the northeast, winter can make me feel like I’m in constant need of an escape. And I know I’m not alone! It’s important not to forget the true meaning of the holiday: to remember those who’ve fallen […]
Happy Memorial Day everyone! This year I am spending Memorial Day Weekend at my family’s ranch house with a big group of us. We’re going to be fishing, BBQing, riding four wheelers, shooting fireworks, and heavily drinking! Doesn’t that all go so good together?! Haha! Today I wanted to share what I will be wearing […]
Spring has sprung, so that means HIKING SEASON is here! Take advantage of this beautiful weather and check out these 4 amazing hiking trails around the Lower Mainland. Squamish Squamish is well known for its rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and more, but surprisingly it’s the hiking in Squamish that is often overlooked. They have […]
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It is May of 2019. I have my wonderful husband, my dog Oy and my cat Link. They are my everyday life. I also have the world’s greatest family – siblings, parents, in-laws, nieces and nephews, mother-in-law, father-in-law, and brother-in-law – their love and support has kept me from wishing death upon myself for the […]