It’s hard to say what I like most about camping. Exploring a new place. Walking peacefully down a wooded trail. Sitting around the campfire with my husband and dogs. All are pieces of the whole. Just being in nature is perhaps the best part. While our home is our own natural oasis, it is stillContinue reading “Camping at Meridian State Park”
A snapshot of Americana Camping. We are currently at Bonito Hollow RV and Camp Ground outside Ruidoso, NM. The weather is perfect, partly cloudy, cool and the air is filled with various scents of BBQ, smoke and pine. Our neighbors in campsite 10 are about 8 to 10 feet from us with their RV angled justContinue reading “Holiday Weekend Glamping”
In it to win it with the trifecta. The 2016 teams that I was on came in 1st place for the Big Sit with the TPWD staff- Tweeting Chats, 2nd Place Week Long Tournament, 3rd Place for the Texas-2-Stop. There is a lot more than just birds to count while competing in the Week LongContinue reading “Birding By The Numbers”
What can I say? I like lists. I like lists so much that I take a vacation every spring with my family to make lists of the birds we see. But even before we step foot out the door or pack a bag, I make lists of where we will go, what we might seeContinue reading “I Like Lists”
I’ve been having fun playing with the GoPro and learning how to use iMovie. I made a little movie trailer from footage of one of the rides I took with the women from Rocking B Stables in Austin, TX.
I’m lucky to live in a place that is close to where I can keep my horses and still have some open lands to ride them on. This video is a short chronicle of a day doing some trail work with my dogs before having a nice ride with friends. Most of the footage isContinue reading “A Day in the Woods With My Friends”
At 7,000 feet, it’s hard to say what burned more, my legs or my lungs. But my eyes and mind were rewarded with the vistas of majestic snow dusted peaks, big horn sheep, mountain goats and the turquois pools of glacier fed lakes. At the end of the 3.8 mile journey up the side ofContinue reading “Glaciers, Wolverines and Me”
One step, two step, three step- into the clouds we go. The draw of the long, breathtakingly beautiful hike along the Garden Wall, is a calling I feel year after year. I cannot heed the call every summer, but I do as often as I can. I never grow tiered of seeing the familiar rocksContinue reading “Hiking the Highline”