“Everything in its place.” That culinary phrase, when applied to outdoor pursuits, helps maximize time in the outdoors and makes it more enjoyable.
Starting up a business, driving to Colorado and back with camping, and unpacking takes up a lot of time. I’ll write on a regular basis again next week.
A look over 2017. A year of transition. A year that started off with too much time being taken from me. And ended with me giving the gift of time to myself.
I handed in my notice this week. I am giving myself the best gift outdoors person can have: The Gift of Time.
A few changes this past month on my website. Some changes are aesthetic. Some are technical. But they needed to be done.
Been a bit busy. But a mental reset should let the creative juices flow a bit again.
Making the best use of time bank funds even when on call.
Winter backpacking and camping is Ma Nature’s scientifically proven way to catch up on the sleep deficit. At least in the short term.
A look over 2016. The short version? Trips. Divorce. Pet passed on. Busy. Website did well. More to come in 2017!
Walking. It is simple, enjoyable and healthy. And if you are thinking of a long hike, something you should be doing.