Sometimes I don’t see it myself but do see it through the lens. Well, actually, most of the time I think it’s that way for me. How about you? Do you feel like you’ve found your stride? Or does it take someone else pointing it out for it to become real?
Where and what should we see in Banff?
Do you even Earth? Part 2 of 2
In my last post about earthing/grounding I talked briefly about what it is and some of the benefits it offers. In this post I’d like to talk a little more about how I personally do it. I have a few different ways that I get as much grounding as I can on a daily basis,…
Do you even Earth? Part 1 of 2
So, I’m about to dive into some hippie shit that some of you may be into, some of you may be curious about, and some of you may think is plain old BS. So let’s go……Bonsai. Earthing/grounding has no doubt been around for a very long time, and is currently becoming more popular. I consider…
Get Wonderfully Lost
Get Wonderfully Lost?
5 Tips for Bringing Fido Along
5 Tips to ensure safety and enjoyment on the next adventure with your dog.
Rock Climbing on Holiday
Rock climbing adventures in Parc national des Calanques, France
Marseille and Parc National des Calanques
The Radventures in Marseille and les Calanques
What’s worse – Packing or Unpacking?
Early fall beauty out in the wilderness of the Washington mountains along the PCT.
8 Spots to Discover in the PNW
Adorable 4-legger at Fremont Brewing Company
Have you watched any of the Unbelievable series on Netflix?
Wow, the Pacific Northwest does not disappoint! Views, nature, blooming flowers, water, TREES…it’s quite spectacular. And we’ve been able to get some awesome exploring in. Here’s the highlight reel of one of our recent trips: Sequim, WA (pronounced squim): awesome dry(er) region on the peninsula that is the largest producer of lavender in the U.S….