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Monthly Archives: April 2016

May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds. – Edward Abbey It is Earth Day, go hug a tree and thank Mother Nature for the beautiful views.    Be kind to our planet, it is the only home we have.   xo, MB

It’s Friday which means most of us are waiting for our work day to end so that we can head out for the weekend.  In that light here are some pretty pictures to make 5pm come a little faster.  It’s a Friday Photo Frenzy! This week’s Frenzy is from a trip to Isla Mujers, Mexico that Marybeth took last year.  Hasta luego, mi amigos.  

I have heard that you don’t need to invest a lot of money into gear to start hiking.  At least I think I have heard that, but then again REI is a thing that exists, so I am not sure that is the truth.  In any event, it is a fact that you don’t need much to head out to your local open space park for a short hike.  However, if you are… Read More

My happy place lies in the heart of the Red Desert.  It’s a seemingly barren wasteland that stretches across south-central Wyoming. The largest geologic feature is Great Divide Basin, the only place where the continental divide splits in two and the scant amount of water that lands in the basin evaporates before ever finding its way to a river.  It’s a lonely place, largely inaccessible by vehicle.  Millions of people whiz by… Read More