Category Archives: Camping, Hiking, Travel
Are you getting spring fever yet? You can recognize it by the overwhelming desire to get outside and enjoy the new signs of spring. Here in Kentucky, spring may be late arriving, but it still is a great time to get out and enjoy nature. If a nice hike is in your plans, don’t overlook the closest place for hiking in nature.
There’s nothing better on a crisp Fall day than hiking through the woods, hearing the kids chattering like squirrels while their feet are crunching through leaves. We love getting outdoors and exploring a new hiking trail – whether it’s through the woods, over a little mountain or just across a big meadow that goes around a pond. But with three kids, we are starting to learn there are 6 Tips for Hiking with Kids.
This weekend, my daughter had a friend over. They were having a great time but were ready for a new adventure. They had already had a gypsy fairy tea party and played nerf wars with the big brothers. Now it was time for something really new.
I brought out our shade tent that I got earlier this summer. In less than a minute, we had a tent set up, with the floor in place and the girls horse barn and toys all ready for a fun afternoon.
Sometimes you just need a new element (like a tent) to bring a whole new level of excitement to the day!
What hobby sport can you enjoy if you love to build with cardboard and you want to race down a river? No problem! Just find the closest Cardboard Regatta and get signed up!
The rules are simple:
- participants have to build a vessel entirely from cardboard
- Paddle it along a beachfront course
- Make it float! Waterproofing is a top indicator of success