Yohhe’meti

The Indian tribe that lived in Yosemite Valley were called the Ahwahnechee, meaning “the dwellers of Ahwahnee.” The literal translation … More

Canyons and Colds

On our way home from Zion, Asia was feeling a little under the weather. We thought it was because she … More

Angel’s Landing

One of the hikes in Zion National Park that we wanted to attempt was called Angel’s Landing. I had read … More

Zion Canyon

A couple weeks ago, we spent a week exploring Zion Canyon. I remember visiting there with my family around my … More

Impromptu Explore-cation

After arriving in Tuba City, Erich had four days of orientation for his position at the hospital here. We never … More

Tuba City, Arizona

The Navajo Nation owns over seventeen and a half million acres spreading across northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New … More

Fun in Snowhomish

During our last two weeks in Washington, they were calling for a major snow storm. Erich selflessly agreed to let … More

Own It

Lately, life has thrown us some punches. Nothing traumatic, no loved ones lost, or hurdles too big to climb over. … More

Avenue of the Giants

The week after Christmas, we checked the weather and it looked good, so we hit the road and headed south … More

Camping in December

In early December we decided to hook up our little camping trailer and go explore the Olympic Peninsula a little … More

One Tenth

Happy Campiversary to us! On December 18th, it will have been one year exactly, since we moved out of our … More

The Power of Gratitude

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Growing up we always got together with all our aunts and uncles, cousins, and grandparents … More