Archive for June, 2016

A Change in Plans, Update on Scarlet

Well this month’s theme was supposed to be camping, and with social media, that is what it has been. However in my own life I have had NO time for camping. We were supposed to go to Colorado for a camping vacation, but when my horse Scarlet got injured (see blog post from May 24th 2016) and we weren’t ready for her expected foal, we postponed our trip. Summer trips are hard for me anyway because we get so busy here in Minocqua, but now we are just overloaded, and… there is more.



What You Need to Know to Build Your Wilderness Map

Last week we talked about how having a map is pretty essential when hiking in the wilderness. We also talked about how many of us feel that we don’t really need a map to get through our own lives. Finally, I told you I would talk about some ways to map out your priorities and build this tool for your Earthly travels.

6.14.16 map (more…)

Mapping the Wilderness

By: Rad Watkins

As you hike in a wilderness area you wind around this bend and that. You zigzag up switch backs, and maybe even traverse talus slopes. The real decisive point in your whole journey comes when you hit the split in the trail and the signs point to two different destinations. How do you know where to go?

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Prioritize Your Stress – video blog