Now this one is less humor, and a bit more itchy. Be sure to pack your hydrocortisone for this infographic kids! This one comes to us from Treks in the Wild – and, is useful enough to print out, laminate (or print on weatherproof paper), and pack along with you. Or, you can pick up […]
I was driving around last Sunday, looking for local places for hikes with kids, and our new addition to the family, Sasha, a 9-month old Black Labrador rescue from Texas, I drove by Joe’s Rock in Wrentham, MA, and had a chance to get out there this past weekend with my ~2 year old daughter, […]
The infographic this week, while not imposing much in the way of statistics, does impose some humor, which we call can benefit from. From visual.ly – “Signs and Blazes for the Modern Outdoorsman”. Enjoy! My favorites have to be “Take facebook profile photo” and “tree”.
My muscles are just starting to recover from this weekend’s backpacking trip to the Stratton Pond Shelter via the Stratton Pond Trail in Stratton, VT. Not that it was a difficult trail, I am just woefully out of shape. The weather was absolutely perfect for a winter snowshoe/backpacking trip. Temperatures during the day averaged in […]
I had probably one of the best backpacking trips to date this past September with some friends on Flat Mountain Pond Trail in New Hampshire. We went on the last weekend of September – the weather was ~50 degrees, and the trees were starting to turn. The only downside was that it was either misting […]