As you know, adventure games and races are ALL the rage across the country...and they're not just for adults. They're a great way for the whole family to get outside and be active together. The Kids Adventure Games is a nationwide, multi-discipline obstacle adventure race for kids ages 6 to … [Read more...] about Kids Adventure Games – win Entries!!
You can find all our Wildhood series posts here! Kids love mud, and I was no exception growing up. I'm not sure what the appeal is... the sucking, squishing sound or the gritty, sloppy texture. I tried to see how deep I could dig holes down in the mud and I piled up dirt to make … [Read more...] about Preserving Wildhood: Go Play in the Mud
When I first took the Burley Encore X out for a spin around the block, I was immediately kicking myself for not having bought one sooner. The Encore X is Burley's mid-range double stroller/trailer, a mix of ease, durability and versatility for active families. Biking with a trailer was nowhere near … [Read more...] about Burley Encore X Review
When my husband and I got married 11 years ago, I thought I was cutting hippie edge to forgo heels for Chacos. White wasn’t an option, but I found a great brown pair to go with my bridesmaids’ dresses. I didn’t care a hoot about the people I shocked in the church. These days Chacos are … [Read more...] about Customize your Chacos
This third post in our Preserving Wildhood Series focuses on letting your kids interact with the crawling, creeping critters and insects around them, especially if your natural inclination is to scream or run away in fear when you see these types of critters. Although the content below relates … [Read more...] about Preserving Wildhood: Embracing the Creepy Crawlies
My Reluctant Biker. I must start by saying that I live in a mountain town with a 20-mile long bike path and 400 miles of perfect single-track trails. I consider myself to be outdoorsy and I am an avid mountain biker, trail-runner, skier and multi-day river rat among other things. My assumption … [Read more...] about Handling the Reluctant Biker