- Steaming Up Sumpter
- Familourism: Be a tourist with your Family
- Building Community–with a Playground–Part 2
- Building Community–with a Playground–Part 1
- Wenaha Muzzleloaders Rendezvous–Part 2
- Wenaha Muzzleloaders Rendezvous–Part 1
- An Eager Easter
- Spring Break Fun and a new RV
- Braving Boise–Part 2
- Braving Boise–Part 1
Category Archives: geocaching
I’m sure we’ve all struggled (at some time or another) to get someone to do what we think is in their best interest. Heck, as a parent, that’s practically our job description! Continue after the break, to hear about my latest bout, where I drugged my kids. I’ll drag them to the library, camping, sight-seeing… Ugh! Can’t a kid just be left alone to their Wi-Fi?… No.
Ah February… enough sun to tempt you with spring, but also enough cold and snow to discourage too much adventure. After long winter months of adventure-less-ness we were all a little on edge. The cure, a trip across the state line to Washington & Idaho’s Clarkston and Lewiston to take in the sights…
The following is an account of my son’s first time at Cub Day Camp which was at Camp Wallowa…
For his birthday, my (now 7 year-old) son wanted to go camping. As he spent his birthday weekend with his mom and family, we designated this as his “re-birthday” weekend, and set off for a grand adventure….
For those not familiar with where I live, March is an interesting time of year. One day will be sunny, with a high of 60 degrees, 48 hours later you may have 2 inches of snow and piling… However, spring brings another factor to geocaching… cabin fever….