An Adventure Tyke going up some switchbacks at Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite NP. (photo courtesy of Chasqui Mom) Do you have a picture of your Adventure Tyke? Email it to melissa(at)adventuretykes(dot)com to have it shared as the photo of the week.
It’s giveaway time and I am so excited to be giving away one of the greatest additions to any outdoor gear collection. It’s not your typical outdoor gear item, but definitely suitable for any outdoor enthusiast. For the past few months I have had the pleasure of using an Open Country’s dehydrator. I’ve been wanting […]
Do you have a gal on your holiday list that hikes, runs, climbs, does crossfit or any other activity? If so, check out Stonewear Designs. You’ll definitely find that perfect gift. I’ve been following Stonewear Designs for the past couple years through their social media channels and the awesome ambassadors they have chosen to […]
I am spotlighting one adventurous family every month. I have sent the family a questionnaire that they have answered, sharing with us their adventure stories, their lessons learned and their tips and experiences on how they adventure as a family. I am hoping this will inspire, motivate and encourage all of us to get outside […]
Fall is the perfect time of year to travel. The leaves are falling, the air is cold and crisp and nature is at its most spectacular. Most importantly, the massive swarms of summer tourists have subsided, leaving adventurous families to explore America’s incredible wilderness in peace. Acadia National Park in Maine is perhaps the […]
We live in a very unique part of the world with crazy redrock spires, slickrock hills and canyons that are carved thousands of feet deep. When J-Man is out playing, exploring, jumping off spires, peering into the canyons and being his goofy 4 year old self it’s important that he has supportive shoes with […]
I am STILL suffering from mommy brain or momnesia. You know…or maybe you don’t. It’s the lack of retaining any information in your memory bank. I have the hardest time remembering little things let alone important ones. I resort to writing things down, having checklists or plugging important reminders and dates into my calendar. […]