In my last post, I mentioned a couple of tips and things to think about when getting ready to cycle down the Pacific Coast Highway –Continue Reading The Pacific Coast for the Everyday Explorer: A Cyclist’s Packing Guide (Part II)
In my head, I supposed I was picturing a camp stove powered by a solar panelContinue Reading Using Solar to….Cook?
Last month, I accepted the challenge to camp out for a total of 31 nights between May and September. It’s not for any big campaign or some sort of a contest – just a gentle nudge in the rear to remind you that you don’t have to sail away on a month-long sabbatical to reconnect with nature.
I really think that’s the best way to do it – a night here, a weekend there. Getting out when and wherever you can. Reminding myself that it’s just as easy to spend a night at the local park (or even in my own backyard), as it is on my couch. So, I’ll keep this one short and sweet and start by saying: whether or not you consider yourself the ‘outdoorsy type,’ you should totally do this. Wait, you should do this especially if you don’t consider yourself the outdoorsy type.
Why? Because it’s a breath of fresh air, a break to the monotony and a really good time.
And in the nature of a good time, here’s some extras I pack that make for a great camping experience (even if they do add some unnecessary weight to my pack).Continue Reading 5 Gadgets that Make Sleeping Under the Stars a Real Treat
You know what’s one great thing about San Diego? In just 60 minutes, you can be far enough into the desert to completely disconnect for a day, a weekend, or even a week. No cell phone service, no running water and certainly no convenience stores – not even marked roads.Continue Reading Why You Should Go Off Grid for a Weekend
A new year always welcomes the prospect of brand new adventures and a fresh start. Whether you want to get in shape, start a new hobby or just spend more time on yourself, the possibilities are endless and the future is promising.Continue Reading 5 Cycling Adventures to Take This Year