Take a walk and have a picnic.
With summer comes long daylight hours and warm evenings, which make a wonderful setting for a picnic in the park, at the beach, in the woods, or near a … Continue Reading
“If growing up means it would be beneath my dignity to climb a tree, I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up! Not me!” - J.M. Barrie
If you are lucky enough to go on a hike and become … Continue Reading
Debi at Go Explore Nature is hosting a Holiday Adventure for us to share photos of nature as taken by children, a give a kid a camera challenge!
On a recent family hike in Casper's Wilderness Park … Continue Reading
Creek play is a rare treat for us in Orange County with the creeks being seasonal ones. If we're are lucky Trabuco Creek will have water flowing in spring. Leaving the Cleveland National Forest the … Continue Reading
Life is busy, but good. Working more than full-time as a single parent, IT analyst, and most recently part of a trio publishing the new Outdoor Families Magazine. With so much time dedicated to work … Continue Reading
When there is a rainy day you have two choices: stay inside or go outside.
Rainy Day Hike
Go outside on a rainy day and play. Splash in puddles and listen to the noise. It's okay to get a little … Continue Reading
After a long day of work there's nothing I love more than eating outdoors on a warm summer night. Give me food and fresh air and I'm good. Throw in a view and I'm in heaven. Picnics make simple, … Continue Reading