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Scrumptious Plant-Based Post-Hike Meal

Scrumptious Plant-Based Post-Hike Meal

22nd Jul 2022

Looking for a delicious plant-based post-hike meal? Check out the Mind Blown Dusted Scallops from The Plant Based Co! We are in love!Before we get to the deliciousness, here's a bit about The Plant Based Co. Their story is pretty inspiring and one of the reasons we are so obsessed! They ar …
How to Support Local Yellowstone Businesses

How to Support Local Yellowstone Businesses

14th Jun 2022

With Yellowstone National Park closed indefinitely due to massive flooding, the local businesses are in for a long season with little tourism to support them through their busiest time of the year. Most small businesses in tourist towns rely on the busy season to sustain them throughout the year and …
Big Horn Mine Hike

Big Horn Mine Hike

9th May 2022

I love hikes that are full of history and if they have an old mine I literally freak out. So of course, this hike has been on my radar for a while to check out.The Big Horn Mine was staked in 1891 by a man named Charles Tom Vincent, aka Charles Vincent Dougherty after finding gold while hu …
Commitment

Commitment

Posted by Jaime Purinton on 7th May 2022

"Commitment is what transforms the promise into reality. It is the words that speak boldly of your intentions. And the actions which speak louder than the words. It is making the time when there is none. Coming through time after time after time, year after year after year. Commitment is the stuff c …
Hot Springs Mountain Hike

Hot Springs Mountain Hike

25th Apr 2022

One of our favorite hikes, Hot Springs Mountain, is in a remote part of San Diego County on the Los Coyotes Reservation near Warner Springs, about 75 miles NE of downtown San Diego. It is the highest point in San Diego and site of a historical fire lookout tower.The hike starts at the campground on …
Why I love solo hiking and how it helps me become a better version of myself.

Why I love solo hiking and how it helps me become a better version of myself.

Posted by Jaime Purinton on 12th Apr 2022

When I first started hiking by myself it was mostly because I just didn’t have anyone to hike with. It’s hard sometimes to make hikes work with everyone’s busy schedules so I knew the only way I could hike as much as I wanted to was to go solo. Plus I am wildly independent and somewhat of an introve …