It doesn’t matter if you’re camping alone at a local park or trekking through Asia for three months, getting comfortable on your own is key to figuring out who you are and what makes you tick. Traveling by yourself can be daunting if you’ve never done it before, but the …Read the rest
Category: The Campfire Chronicles
For a handful of years I have been taking my boys out to the Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming. Living in Saint Paul, Minnesota, we can typically leave home around 8 a.m. and have tents set up at a trailhead by dark.
This June my wife Amy and I planned …Read the rest
In March of 2015, we found ourselves with a unique opportunity to hop aboard an old weathered panga that moved about as fast as a sea turtle could probably swim, with an old weathered fisherman. Eight hours later, we had be-bopped along through a crazy visual voyage of lagoons with …Read the rest
“What are you going to do with this one wild and precious life?”
Ever since reading this Mary Oliver quote a couple years ago it’s echoed in my head sort of like a ‘you only live once’ type mantra with a little more feels. I find the words inspire me …Read the rest