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Hiking Girl with Dog by Jamie - 3d ago

Wow! We just reached a milestone this week by reaching 1,000 follows! Whether you are our old friend or a new supporter, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for following along with our adventures and taking your time out to read our stories. I hope our adventures inspire you to get out more
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That’s how I’d summarize the month of March. I just love it when we have a super bloom in Southern California! It really shouldn’t be but the reality is, when you are adventuring with your dog, it can be a little bit tricky. Dogs aren’t allowed at all outdoor locations. To start off, National Parks
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Sedona, Arizona offers many dog-friendly hiking trails. I enjoyed visiting the area with Xena during past winter. Soldier Pass Trail is located in Coconino National Forest, and no permit is required for this hike. Soldier Pass is an out-and-back trail. The first half of this trail is often high-trafficked due to jeep tour and off-road
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Hey guys, it’s us! You were probably wondering where we’ve been this month. Part planned and part unexpectedly, we were in hibernation this month, and I will tell you why shortly. In any case, the hibernation is over and we will be back with more adventure stories starting May. I can’t believe it’s only 4
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Did you know there are waterfalls near Los Angeles? Did you also know that this is the best time to visit the waterfalls? If you drive just an hour or two, you can find some lovely hikes to pretty waterfalls this time of the year! Thanks to the wet winter we had, the trails we’ve hiked
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This hike begins from Kalalau Lookout in Koke’e State Park where you get a view into the heart of the Kalalau Valley. It looks familiar, you say? Kalalau Valley is one of the most photographed valleys in all of Hawaii. It’s been used as the backdrop for countless films including “King Kong” (the original) and
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I hold no preference among flowers, so long as they are wild, free, spontaneous. ~ Edward Abbey        
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Since I started hiking and taking photos, Arizona became one of my favorite places. I just can’t get enough of its rugged desert landscape and the stunning skies during sunsets! Two years in a row, I was able to make a road trip to our neighboring state. Last winter, we explored near Phoenix and this winter,
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It seems I can’t travel uneventfully anymore. So… this is what happens when you pass out on a plane. If you follow us on social media, you know I visited my families on the east coast last week. Although I was careful, I managed to catch a cold during my trip which was not surprising
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