Hiking Pueblos Mancomunados For an authentic, immersive experience in Mexico, you need to hike the Sierra Norte mountains near Oaxaca in the Pueblos Mancomunados. For the last two years, I’ve hiked these wonderful trails in October, and each year, I can’t wait to go back. I always finish the trip in Oaxaca to celebrate the… Continue Reading Hiking Sierra Norte Oaxaca Pueblos Mancomunados
Google’s Project Fi in China and in Denver I just returned from a trip to China where I could easily use Facebook, Instagram and Google in China without any blockage and with complete access. In addition, I had complete ability to call and text at any time. When was the last time you loved your… Continue Reading Should I Get Google Fi for Home and International Travel?
3 Fantastic Moderate Moab Hikes Mo-ahhh-b. It’s such a delicious place to hike, bike, relax and get away for a great walking vacation. With so many choices on where to hike in Moab, you can get a bit overwhelmed and perhaps stuck in the crowds. As a day-hiker, I find I like to stay in… Continue Reading 3 Fantastic Moderate Moab Hikes and a Suggested 3-day Itinerary
A Troll in the Woods A fun walk for families and adults alike to the Breckenridge troll awakens your child-like adventure and rewards you with imagination and intrigue. And it’s fairly easy and short. A bonus! Watch this video of the approach. The Breckenridge troll’s name is Isaak Heartsong, and he was fashioned by Danish… Continue Reading Breckenridge Troll Walk
Must Do Day Hikes and Eats Near Seattle Seattle and the entire Northwest are loaded with great hikes and great eats. On my recent trip to this outdoor playground, I picked the top five day hikes, walks, and urban ambles to adventure near Seattle. I topped off each outing with a salmon or vegetarian treat… Continue Reading 5 Must Do Day Hikes and Eats Near Seattle