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Archives for August 2018

The Journey Continues (Part 1)

I’m long past due with my writing, I know. And now it’s hard to know how to begin again… mostly because I’m not really sure who my audience is anymore, and how many have kept up with my time off the road on Facebook. After my long silence how many … [Read more...]

Top 10 Things to Do in Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks with Kids

This is a guest post by Lisa Hansen, mastermind behind Get Outside Pass offering discounts for Yellowstone, Grand Teton and more. More info at the bottom of this post. The best part is 100% of profits go back to helping kids get … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Adventure Snacks to Make at Home

I don’t know about you, but finding healthy snacks that my children will eat is a difficult task. Especially snacks that we can take on our adventures. In fact, if I am not armed with good snacks, our adventures often fail miserably within the first … [Read more...]

Juggling Outdoor Time and Back to School

This is the time of the year when for families in particular the focus shifts to school and schedules and away from the trail. It’s easy to set aside outdoor adventures for the summer months and give them little thought throughout the late … [Read more...]

Meet our TEAM!

When I put a call out to find my TEAM to help me grow Tales of a Mountain Mama and reach more families, I was hoping for a couple dozen applicants. I thought even that was a lofty goal. I was swamped by over FIFTY moms wanting to join us. I am so … [Read more...]

More Time Outside and Less Time in the Kitchen

I feel a bit sheepish saying this, but sometimes the hardest part of getting out family out on adventures is planing food. Food for beforehand, food for during and food ready when we get home. Some pretty awesome adventure days have ended in a really … [Read more...]

Guide to Hemp CBD + Products

Hemp CBD has changed my life. Period. I have been an advocate for CBD for years, but after moving to Utah thought my days of plant-based medicine were over. Then, I found hemp CBD products casually sitting at the register of my local bodega, Jade … [Read more...]

Teton Science School Camps for Outdoor Kids

Teton Science School is an established name in Teton County with programs for kids and adults alike. They reach 15,000 students annually and have campuses both in Jackson and Victor. Teton Science School consistently sets the standard for … [Read more...]