Hello Internet World! I am back! I skipped the May Lookback because, quite honestly, not much has been going on around here as we’re still quarantining to some extent and Alex has undergone now two (!) back surgeries … we are doing a lot of at-home recovery in his nifty hospital recliner! He’s not yet … More 7.6.20 May & June in Review!
Aaaanndddd we’re back! For another lookback to a month in quarantine. Has anyone else felt like time has slowed down incredibly? Some days I feel so lucky to have this time to do the things I used to always find myself wishing I had more time for. And other days seem to pass by and … More 5.12.20 A Lookback to April
In honor of yesterday being EARTH DAY, I thought I would *finally share photos from the Half Dome hike my brother and I took last JULY! I almost can’t believe how much time has flown by since this trip … Half Dome permits are pretty difficult to get — so much so, that Alex and … More 4.23.20 Half Dome in July
It sure has been a weird couple of weeks, hasn’t it? More on that later, but for now I’d like to update you all with our latest progress on our teardrop trailer: We finished weatherstripping all four windows with the correct rubber gasket from Vintagetrailergaskets.com . If you remember, we had originally ordered the wrong stuff! … More 3.27.20 Dewey Weekend Recap
FEBRUARY, IN REVIEW February has come and gone! And with it goes my first trip abroad, lots of progress on our teardrop trailer, and a couple of coloring gigs that have kept me busy before and after regular work hours. It was a grind…but a happy one. Onto March we go! Reading: The Immortalists, … More 3.2.20 February in Review
It’s no secret that I love Joshua Tree National Park. It’s the first California NP that I ever stepped foot in (and the whole reason why I started falling in love with our National Parks in the first place) but it’s also the first NP that I took my brother to. It’s close enough to … More 02.10.20 Photos from Joshua Tree NP
While sort of reflecting on my goals and expectations for the new year, I just so happened to think about this little corner of the internet of mine, and in particular these monthly lookback posts. While I love them for a variety of reasons — they hold me accountable to blog at least once a … More 1.29.20 January’s Lookback
Jim and I closed out our trip in Yosemite like we do on all of our National Park trips … with a surprising last hike that turned out to be our favorite! May Lake, located along the Tioga Pass, is a great six mile day hike, but it also makes a great overnight backpacking hike … More 1.17.20 Yosemite Photos Post 5; May Lake
Just dropping in a handful of photos here from my brother’s first time seeing the famous El Capitan (“El Cap” for short) in Yosemite National Park. If you’re looking for a really fantastic documentary about the history of climbing in Yosemite, I recommend Valley Uprising … it’s one of Alex and my favorite documentaries to date! … More 1.14.20 Yosemite Photos Post 4; Jim Sees El Capitan
It’s time for another Dewey the Dewdrop update! With another weekend under our belt, we’ve gotten a lot of the more tedious tasks done and out of the way and we’ll be moving onto the really fun stuff soon — the re-build! ^^it’s important to cover up all of your skin (preferably with baggy clothes) … More 1.14.20 Dewey Demo Continues!