Yohhe’meti

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

Canyons and Colds

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

Angel’s Landing

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

Zion Canyon

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

Impromptu Explore-cation

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

Tuba City, Arizona

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

Fun in Snowhomish

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

Own It

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

Avenue of the Giants

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

Camping in December

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

One Tenth

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

The Power of Gratitude

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

Montesano, Washington

Manetesano is a small town near the coast of Washington. We found a pretty nice campground to park our fifth…