Fall is a great time to visit the Lone Star State. These are my recommendations for fall hikes in Texas.
Tapas and Terrain: My Essentials for an Active Life
After about an hour of hiking uphill, we finally broke free from the forest and stepped above tree line. As my cousin, a brave triathlete, panted beside me, she exclaimed, “Now I know why you are so in shape!” I truly believe that everyone needs to adopt an exercise routine or activity that challenges the… Continue reading Tapas and Terrain: My Essentials for an Active Life
Trail Life Is…
I only cried once today. Okay, I mean twice. Two years ago on this exact day, I started my journey on the Appalachian Trail. It shocks me to know that it is has been two years since I took my very first step of the 2,185.9 mile journey from Georgia to Maine. It has been… Continue reading Trail Life Is…
It is a rainy day here in Fort Collins, Colorado. Yesterday brought snow but the warm temperatures of spring bring rain today. I enjoy the rain. A change in weather always makes me happy. I see many people on my social media sites bashing the rain and snow. It's time you play in the rain my friend.… Continue reading Rainy Day
One Year Later: Happy Trail-versary A-O, River!
"Did you do the whole thing?" I had heard as Ryan and I shared a step on the crowded escalator in the Denver airport just last week. "Whhhaaa.. OH, yeah. We did, actually." I replied behind me to a curious stranger, finally making the connection to his interest from my 2,000 Miler patch sewn on… Continue reading One Year Later: Happy Trail-versary A-O, River!