Hiking, Camping, Travel, & Outdoor Adventure
Welcome to my wild, crazy, and sometimes unbelievable hiking, travel, and military life adventures! Whether you are here to read my wild stories, get the 411 on hiking and hiking gear, or looking for something to do in Central Texas I am sure you will enjoy your time here. =)
In addition to my hiking adventures, you will also find posts about things to do all over the United States as I take my annual 30-day All-American Road Trip!
Sit back, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy my crazy antics on the hiking trail and while I am out exploring all this country has to offer!
Find me on the trails!
Did you meet me on the trails somewhere? Chances are I had you take a picture with me! It’s become a ritual since I started hiking here and you can find all my pictures of the people I run into here on the blog. If you have a picture (or video, yikes!) you want to share (maybe you caught me randomly breaking out a dance move), feel free to message them to me. Right now the best way to do that is through Facebook.
This post is made possible with support from Wounded Warrior Project. All opinions are my own. On October 10, 2020, I will…
The Buckhorn Saloon in San Antonio is the oldest Saloon in the State of Texas. It was established in 1881 by Albert…
What are the 10 Essentials of Hiking, you ask. The 10 essentials of hiking are the items you should bring with you…
How to poop in the woods? What!? For those that grew up in the outdoors, knowing how to use the bathroom in…
What should you bring on every hike? I don’t know how many times I have run across individuals who were not prepared…
On our way out for a hike at Fort Parker State Park, we noticed a sign for Old Fort Parker Historic Site…
This post sponsored by Smartass & Sass Smartass & Sass reached out to me recently about joining their affiliate program for their…
- Fort McKavett State Historic Site
- Buckhorn Saloon | Oldest Saloon in Texas
- Old Fort Parker Historic Site
- Sugarloaf Bridge || A Texas Historic Bridge
- Fort Concho || National Historic Landmark
- Billy the Kid’s Grave in Hamilton, Texas
- Offbeat & Weird: The story behind the grave in the middle of the road | Hearne, Texas
- Fort Parker State Park / Hiking Trails
- Milton Reimers Ranch Park & Trails
- Dinosaur Valley State Park