Adventure and Travel



My whole life I have loved the forest. The trees beacon me and call my name. My feet feel at home on a trail and know the way. I can breathe. All my worries disappear.Mountains and Nature’s sheer beauty dwarf my woes. The trees are a canopy, filtering out the bullshit of the world. I am at peace. Completely bliss-filled and content. It is impossible for me to be unhappy when I am in the woods.

This page I dedicate to travel and nature. I will share with you my adventures. The tools I’ve learned. Advice on where to go. What to see. Where to stay. As I travel around the country soaking up our National Parks system.  I am so unbelievably blessed to have a boy-scout adventure-seeking husband, Zach. You will see him here. Last summer we took a two week trip which took us across 9 states, to 10 National Parks and over 4500 miles. It is when he proposed to me. And it was one of the best experiences of myself, the joy of finding my partner, because I had done a lot of traveling and exploring solo. But he makes it complete. The whole trip was a bliss, beauty-filled bubble. Here are my thoughts on that:

Grand Adventure

Inside the Great Smoky Mountains

This summer we have planned a big trip.  So stay tuned as I spill on them. Tips on food and eating on the road. Planning. My favorite sites. Where we stayed and more.

Until then, here are some pictures from previous trips:

Rocky Mountain National Park
Delicate Arch, Arches National Park Utah
Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park (a must-see)
Zion National Park, Utah. View from the top of Angels Landing
Arches National Park, Utah at sunset before Zach proposed
Camping in Glenn Canyon
Bear Tooth Mountains to enter Yellowstone National Park
Ziplining in Moab
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Mirror Lake, Yosemite National Park
Turkey Run State Park, Indiana
Cataract Falls, Indiana
Double rainbow 1-mile from the top of Pikes Peak, Colorado