Solo Parent Camping Trip – And 5 Tips

It’s usually about mid-February that I start itching to travel. The weather starts teasing us with Spring-like days followed by days of snow. Winter is still hanging on, but I’ve been getting seed catalogs in the mail since before Christmas, begging me to start planning my garden. Cabin-fever has set in. This year it set…

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Show them the value

I have no desire to start a debate about climate change, and I feel that it detracts from the real point. Whether you believe climate change is real or that the earth is merely going through cycles, I think we can all agree that we, as humans, have an impact on nature. I believe that…

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Ergobaby Carrier {review}

I received my Ergobaby carrier as a shower gift. I don’t have any other carrier or wrap experience to compare it to, but┬áit works great for me! I purchased the infant┬áinsert to use while Little Roamer was small, but ended up not using it. I don’t know if it’s because he was never really very…

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Roadtrip 2015 – Assateague Island National Seashore

Now leaving Pennsylvania… We’ve backpacked Assateague Island National Seashore three times now. Once just Matt and I, once with another couple, and now once with a little one. This is the first time we’ve gone during peak season. On the trip we had already realized that when traveling during peak season – we usually don’t…

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Roadtrip 2015 – Hickory Run State Park and Boulder Field

After leaving Ricketts Glen State Park, we headed south. We made it to Hickory Run State Park where we stopped for the night. We set up camp and walked down to the little fishing area where Matt had no luck until he baited for a particularly small fish hanging out near the shore and caught…

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