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Grand Teton National Park, I have a bone to pick with you (as my mother used to say when she was mad at me). A few days ago the Good Hiker crew was looking for a nice short morning hike. … Continue reading
You know hiking is good for your health. But do you know just how good it is? If you are heading out for a hike this Memorial Day weekend, take note of all the good you are doing for your … Continue reading
The Good Hiker crew (me, sister Lisa, and nieces Katie and Susie — the original Certified Good Hikers) are heading to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks this summer for the Fourth Annual Girls’ Adventure Tour. We’re in the planning … Continue reading
Welcome to all who arrived here from Claire Walter’s fabulous blog Mile High on the Cheap and other Cities on the Cheap! The Certified Good Hiker Kit is an outdoor education game that helps adults teach kids how to be … Continue reading
Welcome to all who arrived here from Claire Walter’s fabulous blog Mile High on the Cheap. The Certified Good Hiker Kit is an outdoor education game that helps adults teach kids how to be “good hikers” — how to have … Continue reading
A few months ago I posted about the photo contest being run by the National Park Foundation: the Passport to the Parks Sweepstakes. The winners were announced this week. I have to say, I’m a bit perplexed by the top … Continue reading
As far as I’m concerned, this is one of the best days of the year. More daylight at the end of the day, plus the lengthening days overall means more time to get outdoors. In celebration, I’m giving away 100 … Continue reading
When I was an editor at Audubon magazine, I saw a lot of really stunning wildlife and nature photos. I can take a decent shot, but my photos are nowhere near the quality of those professionals. I wish they were, … Continue reading
Explore a national park this weekend! Admission is free this weekend, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Several other free days are planned for this year: April 16-24 (National Park Week) June 21 (First day of summer) September … Continue reading