How many times have you been on a hike, snowshoe or cross-country ski trek and have developed a heel blister? Heel blisters ruin everything! They are absolutely miserable, and can take several weeks to completely heal since most humans have to continue wearing shoes each day while the skin heals. I (Stella) can recall many … Continue reading KT Performance + Blister Prevention Tape
It had all started with an overnight kayaking adventure on Lake Granby (September 2019), where the need had arisen to purchase camping gear. For a sleeping bag, I wanted a lightweight and packable bag, with the ability to perform in the twenty-degree range. After visiting our local REI and slipping into a variety of sleeping … Continue reading Marmot Trestles Elite Eco 20 Sleeping Bag
Over the Labor Day weekend (2019), Stella and I had laid the groundwork for an awesome kayaking/camping trip that included an overnight stay at the Roaring Fork Campground. Because we were kayaking to the campground, we needed a form of shelter that we could easily transport on our kayak. Thus, our search for a tent … Continue reading REI Co-op Half Dome 3 Plus Tent
The Grand Tetons, Grand Teton National Park
https://vimeo.com/393314325 A few weeks back Stella and I hiked to Cub Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. While we had intended to snowshoe we found the trail to be packed down and we deemed them unnecessary for our journey. Read all about our recent adventure; Cub Lake Winter Hike.
Cub Lake ~ Rocky Mountain National Park
Aspen in her Secure Dog Boots I purchased the My Busy Dog - Secure Dog Boots for Aspen, our Golden Retriever, to wear while snowshoeing with us. She would trek anywhere from three to seven miles per outing. However, I only saw the need to use these when the temperatures were below twenty degrees. And, … Continue reading My Busy Dog – Secure Dog Boots