Earth Tickle and Hot Milk

We may have traveled thousands of miles from the Eastern Sierra Nevada, but our thirst for hot springs cannot be quenched! Long hours driving in the truck, sleeping in a compartment slightly shorter than us (which is saying something considering we’re only 5’6’’), and regularly doing ten plus mile hikes…

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Jackson

We pedaled past the Grand Teton National Park boundary sign, reveling in the luxury of riding on a dedicated bike path. The path from Jackson, WY to Jenny Lake in GTNP stretches 25 miles through Jackson Hole, WY; we were later informed that Jackson Hole refers to the larger area,…

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Hop Scotching through Canadian National Parks

Right now Canada feels hundreds of miles away. And, in fact, it is. The sun beats into the windshield like it’s making up for lost time as we cruise past red pancake rocks jutting on either side of the sagebrush highway. Windows down, hand hanging by the side mirror tracing…

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