Growing up, we always had a fake tree (I think Andrew usually had a real tree, though). I think it was something like my mom was worried we would be allergic to a real tree, or the cats, or it's just easier. Anyways, my first winter in Colorado, a group of friends invited us to … Continue reading Our Favorite Holiday Tradition: Tree Hunting
We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and spent some time outside yesterday instead of shopping with the crazy people! If you follow us on Instagram, you may have seen that we had a good hike followed by some patio time at a few breweries, during which Layla fell asleep in my lap. Adorbs. Here's … Continue reading Our Holiday Gift Guide + Sales
I've been wanting to start posting city guides for awhile. If you like this - let us know and we can make it a regular thing! We fell in love the first time we visited Crested Butte, last September (2016) and have been back twice since then! There are mountain towns that are fun, or … Continue reading City Guide – Crested Butte
We aren't very secretive about our love for beer around here. In fact, we think it makes a great post-activity reward and have been known to carry one or two in our backpacks for a mid-hike break. But what are our favorite beers? Well, it was hard to narrow down, but here is our list. … Continue reading Beer + Adventure Pairing
Our first new stuff and random thoughts monthly installment - Basically this is going to be about some new things we've done in the past month that we've enjoyed and some random thoughts that I think would be fun to share. Let's get started! First I would like to explain this "epic" 4 day bachelor … Continue reading New Stuff and Random Thoughts – July
Let's get to my favorite part of these hikes Erica talked about earlier. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's hard not to enjoy the beautiful scenery and amazing views the mountains and trails provide. And the exercise that we get from these 20 mile...errr supposedly 9 mile hikes is not to be taken for … Continue reading Beer? Yes please!
Trailhead: Brainard Lake/Long Lake Distance: 9-11 miles Difficulty: Medium Last summer, I did the Pawnee Pass trail as a trail run; I remember it being really hard, but also really beautiful. So of course, I talked Andrew into doing it on Saturday. Apparently I have a tendency to undersell the mileage to convince him to do hikes I … Continue reading Pawnee Pass Hike