A Roar Har

It’s hot.  It’s dusty.  It’s amazing!  We have piles of laundry waiting, dust on everything and need to catch up on days of sleep, but part of decompression is sharing our...

Hiking guide to the Geneva Creek Iron Fens, Clear Creek County, Colorado.

Every year, during the blazing heat of summer, a group of artists and misfits gather in the scorching Nevada desert for a week-long celebration of community, humanity and art. They call it Burning...

We’ve had a lot of adventures this summer, but the highlight has to be the one we just returned from…Burning Man!  A blog post is in the works, but enjoy this...

The last time I traveled to Mexico, I was 18 years old (yes, that was a loooong time ago).  I traversed the border with my college boyfriend at San Diego to...

 “Is it safe to go there?” is the first question people asked when we said we were going to Colombia.  When answered in the affirmative the next question from our genuinely baffled acquaintances was, “Why...

In a remote region of Northern Wyoming and Southern Montana, the Pyror Mountain feral horse herd roams free over vast high mountain meadows.  The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range is one...

Snow is still blanketing the high country in Colorado, so we packed up the Jeep for Memorial Day weekend to spend some time with friends and visit one of our favorite...

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...

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...