Outdoors

Adventures in Leave No Trace Training

Last week I set out to add another piece to my outdoor-chick toolbox. Having secured my Southern Appalachian Naturalist Certification last year and renewed my Wilderness First Aid certification in […]

Photography

Death Valley with David Middleton and Brenda Berry

As you know, back in November I ventured out to Death Valley for the rare delight of a kidless adventure. It was a two-part trip of camping with friends and […]

Outdoors

Tremont’s Naturalist Certification Program: Discover the Great Smoky Mountains

You all know by now that I love the Great Smoky Mountains and that I’m obsessed with the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont. In fact, I’m a Junkie. I’ve […]

Life

Tremont Kids Have Their Say…

I’ve sounded in quite a bit on my love of The Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, particularly the photography workshops they offer. So you already know how I feel […]

Photography

Find Your Photography Bliss at Tremont

As you know, I’ve become a bit of a Great Smoky Institute at Tremont junkie. It’s becoming a second home to me this year as I’m working toward my Southern […]

Outdoors

Finding our way at REI

One of the hazards of homeschooling is that you spend a lot of time with your kids. I know that outwardly sounds like a benefit…it is. But it has a […]

Photography

Autumn Brilliance at the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont

So what seems like an eternity ago but what was really only a few months, I got a little uber-mommy time. That’s right, I got to spend a glorious long […]

Life

Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for our Time

Last Friday, I slipped out of Camp Granola for a little green indulgence, a screening of the new Aldo Leopold biography, Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for […]

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