Hello from the White Mountains, which does and does not quite feel like home these days. Blame it not on the region but me. Both northern New England…
Home is less than five hours from here, and we could have pushed through today, but it is tradition to spend the last night of the road in Albany. For…
It’s been a long two days of driving, with two and a half more to come. I’ve been kept company by sleeping Emily, the stalwart scout Samwise, and the…
Once we hit Scott’s Bluff National Monument in Nebraska the other day, we continued south and west. The following day we arrived in Montrose, Colorado…
The Black Hills treated us well. We discovered new trails and hiked throughout the Black Elk Wilderness, where mountain goats, bears, elk, deer…
The 4th Female; The Ancient BullWatch now (2 min) | A Yellowstone Story
The Black Hills, South DakotaWatch now (3 min) | We’ve been without wifi since arriving in the Black Hills. The lodge we are staying in is lovely, in every other way. However, we…
Postcards from the Road: Theodore Roosevelt National ParkWatch now (1 min) | Young Theodore Roosevelt’s world was ravaged when his wife and mother both died on February 14, 1884. “Teddy” retreated to his cabin…
Bison, elk, wolves, and even a grizzly!
Our toughest hike
Thursday’s ExcitementWatch now (4 min) | Video of today’s hike!
Funny what pops into your head at 3:14 am on a Monday, 2,445 miles from home and 11,000 miles into a five-month coddiwomple. I find myself thinking of…