When I was a kid, my family would go out hiking and camping. I had to be bribed from the car to the tent with a book; once in the tent, I only left it under protest.
How I got from there to here, I’m not really sure.
But here I am.
I’m discovering (rediscovering?) the lessons my parents tried to teach me as a child: the joy of being in nature, the thrill of discovering new locations, the importance of not stepping on snakes.
If you’re looking for dramatic adventures in far-flung locations, you won’t find them here.
I’m a weekend warrior. Most of my trips are to destinations around Texas. My hikes are short, usually less than 8 miles. But I carry a backpack with a Camelbak, so you know I’m serious.
These are my adventures.