Best Freeze Dried Backpacking Meals for Kids

Best Freeze Dried Backpacking Meals for Kids One of the most daunting parts of backpacking with kids can be the food, especially on multi-day trips. This can be a chance for you to get really creative with your meal planning, but if that’s not your thing or you don’t have time for it, dehydrated meals … Read more

Solo Backpacking with Kids

Three children holding hands with backpacks and down jackets on, with mountains and the ocean in the background

Solo Backpacking with Kids Embarking on a backpacking adventure with children is an exciting experience in itself, but when you add the element of being a solo parent, it becomes truly remarkable. Solo parent backpacking involves venturing into unfamiliar territory, immersing yourself and your children in the beauty of nature, and navigating the challenges and … Read more

Camping on Maui

Camping on Maui with Kids Maui is an amazing destination to visit, but it can make for a very expensive trip. A great way to cut the cost is to turn it into a camping trip! Camping on Maui lessens the cost of your vacation and brings you closer to all the beauty the island … Read more

How to Wash Wool

How to Wash Wool Maybe you’ve been hearing about wearing merino wool and are interested in adding some pieces to your wardrobe but are worried about wool care. Or maybe you’ve been a fan of wool for years but washing it always makes you nervous. Read on to discover the wonders of wool, and move … Read more

How to Keep Hands Warm

How to Keep Hands Warm and How to Keep Feet Warm So often the limiting factor in spending time outside in the winter (for adults and children!) is cold extremities. It just stops being fun when you start getting cold! But we have some tips on how to keep hands and feet warm and products … Read more

Best SUP for Beginners

Best SUP for Beginners and Families Stand up paddleboarding (SUPing) has become increasingly popular over the last several years, and with good reason. It’s FUN. I’ve been a passionate kayaker for years but I’ll have to admit I rarely choose my kayak anymore. I love the view I get from the SUP; you can look … Read more