If you’re out exploring with your family in snowy conditions, it’s important to be prepared for emergencies. I’m happy to have guest writer Avery Phillips share these important tips for Emergency First Aid for Outdoor Winter Activities. Enjoy!
There’s no such thing as being too cautious when participating in cold-season activities. Nature is unforgiving, especially during the winter months. Emergencies will happen, and adventurers should be familiar with a few basic travel supplies. First aid kits should be packed accordingly, and safety measures must be taken when camping, hunting or spending any amount of extended time in cold, snowy weather. Continue reading “Emergency First Aid for Outdoor Winter Activities”
I want to help you make 2018 your most outdoorsy year yet. Why? Because my goal here at Mountain Mom and Tots is to help families explore outdoors!
I believe that people need three things to feel comfortable exploring outdoors.
Community, Information and Gear. Continue reading “8 Ways to Make 2018 Your Most Outdoorsy Year Yet”
“Let us step into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.”
― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Do you remember those Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books from elementary school? They had passages like these:
Your dog takes the neighbor’s newspaper and runs off toward the lake. If you follow the dog, turn to page 45. If you run home to get your parents, turn to page 76. Continue reading “Choose-Your-Own-Adventure December Challenge”
My blog theme and monthly challenge for this month is about being thankful for NATURE. In this post, guest blogger Avery Taylor highlights three important qualities nature can teach us. I’m grateful for all of these! Enjoy!
Continue reading “Nature Can Teach: Three Important Qualities We Learn by Getting Outdoors”