As we approach spring I’m getting super excited for the Colorado Trail this summer. These cold winter days have me dreaming about long days hiking and camping in the summer sun. But there is a lot of planning that goes into an adventure like this…
If you like craft beer Fort Collins, CO is the place for you. With 21 breweries you’ll definitely be able to find your new favorite in this front range Colorado town. With an extensive bike path network, it’s also very easy to connect whichever ones you choose by bike.
Matt and I spent a few days in Death Valley recently and had a fun adventure filled with dust storms, sand dunes and a little canyoneering. We lucked out and visited during the spring time when it wasn’t scorching hot everyday. Don’t get me wrong it was still hotter than hell but in the mid 90s instead of over 100. We camped at Furnace Creek which was perfect for its central location in the park.
If you’re reading this you probably have some debt that you want to get rid of, and maybe you feel like you just can’t get ahead with it. Trust me, I know the feeling. When I moved here to Colorado just over five years ago, I had just graduated college with about $40k in student loan debt. My rent was pretty much my entire paycheck and I used my credit card to buy groceries, gas, new snowboards, gear, etc.
There is a small open meadow that I can see from my house. I stare at it all the time, I see tracks on it, but I have never ventured out to check it out in the winter time. Today was the day. Matt and I were both feeling lazy and couldn’t decide where to go. After looking in the binoculars for entirely too long at this meadow, we decided to go for it.