I have received some great emails this month asking some fantastic questions about the Camino de Santiago as readers prepare to hike 500 miles across Spain themselves. I am jealous! I want to hike it again. I boiled down some of the most common questions I have been getting recently for the benefit of those … More Camino de Santiago FAQs
Have you ever felt pressure (most likely from yourself) to discover your ideal life? Has anxiety gripped your chest when you start pondering the question, What is the one thing I should be doing with the rest of my life? What is my passion? (No matter if you are a college student or recently retired.) Well, … More How To Build An Ideal Life, When You Don’t Know What Life To Build
Beer in pancakes? Yes! I spent the summer working with our team at Paz Publishing to create a new outdoor adventure cookbook called The Colorado Camping Cookbook, by Graham Walker which was just released, GET IT HERE. We worked with chefs, local farmers and outdoor adventure types to bring this project to life. Here is one of the featured recipes! Enjoy … More Camping Recipe – Colorado Stout Pancakes
The Pilgrim’s Welcome Office in Santiago de Compostela keeps detailed statistics about the Camino de Santiago (500 mile trek through Spain) which I find fascinating. Outdoor adventure travel, specifically long distance treks, are continuing to grow. They have released the most recent annual statistics for 2016 and it looks like the Camino de Santiago is continuing the … More New 2016 Statistics Camino de Santiago
Food is such a huge passion of mine, especially when an outdoor adventure makes you hungry. I spent the summer working with our team at Paz Publishing to create a new outdoor adventure cookbook called The Colorado Camping Cookbook, by Graham Walker which was just released, GET IT HERE. We worked with chefs, local farmers and outdoor … More Camping Recipes – Hobo Packets With Foraged Wild Onions
A simple question indeed, but have you asked yourself, “What do I want?” lately? I asked myself this question over and over again while walking 500 miles through Spain. For me, pairing it with, “…if I knew I couldn’t fail” was quite helpful. My answer was simply …. to write, to love, to travel, to find purpose, … More What Do You Want?