Month: July 2017

Hartman Creek State Park – Hiking in Uncertain Weather

Personally, I think the worst forecast for hiking is an uncertain one. A forecast claiming a 100% chance of rain is better than a 50% one, because at least that way you can plan ahead. (Of course, cancelling a trip because a weatherperson has that… Continue Reading “Hartman Creek State Park – Hiking in Uncertain Weather”

Hiking while Traveling – Griffith Park, Los Angeles, Mt. Hollywood Trail

This is a big moment for my blog, my first post focused on hiking a trail outside of Wisconsin! I was hesitant to write this as most of the feedback I’ve received so far has been from Wisconsinties looking for a trail within the… Continue Reading “Hiking while Traveling – Griffith Park, Los Angeles, Mt. Hollywood Trail”

Yellowstone Lake State Park — A Birthday Celebration Hike

In celebration of my 28th birthday, I had the chance to explore a new park with friends.

Shredded Chicken Burrito Bowls

Another one of my go to, weekly, prepare ahead, grab and go lunches to make my mornings and my lunch hour better. While this takes some thought and planning on Sunday, the trade off during the week is worth it. By having a grab… Continue Reading “Shredded Chicken Burrito Bowls”

Cilantro Lime Rice

  As with desserts, I’ve always been a firm believer that if you are going to eat carbs, they should be the best darn tasting carbs possible. If you plan to commit your precious carb calories to something, why would you make your sandwich… Continue Reading “Cilantro Lime Rice”

Tower Hill State Park – Accidental Trail Running is a Great Workout

I love the Wisconsin River. Being the longest river in the state, it has quite a journey from tip to tail. The river starts in the UP and winds itself all the way to the mighty Mississippi at Wyalusing State Park. Along the way, it passes by Tower… Continue Reading “Tower Hill State Park – Accidental Trail Running is a Great Workout”