The adage “Two is one, and one is none,” may not be familiar to you unless you have military experience or you are a prepper.
I hate conflict. Makes my insides do somersaults. My mouth gets dry. My heart races. I hate it. Always have. Which means I avoid it.
Canyonlands National Park is the opposite of Arches. Where Arches formations stick up like the fingertips and spines (and other parts) of giants, in Canyonlands
We drove Rimrock Drive and hiked Serpent’s Trail (“the most crooked road in the world” when it was used to haul coal 80 years ago)
Tuesday was a rough day. Libbie was towed up, over, and then down the steep, curving highway along Monarch Pass. Later we wound our white-knuckled
Being a neatnik has its advantages. For example, you know where to find your things when you need them – no rummaging necessary. Plus, your
Few know of my small phobia of big water. This unwelcome fear is why I don’t typically seek out water-oriented diversions. That changed a little
Along with the gear essential for every hike, knowledge of your intended trail and its conditions are what make the difference between a safe, enjoyable