It can be intimidating bringing a newborn out into the woods for the first time. Having the comfort of your home and all the fun amenities for baby can be hard to leave behind. Five months after our little fella was born and finally sleeping through the night, we thought it was the perfect time to get out and get some fresh air for a couple nights. Although most trips don’t go as planned with little nuggets, one thing we did right was get everything he needed into our packs!
This week we had the absolute pleasure of teaming up with Cnoc Outdoors, a new outdoors gear company, providing trustworthy products for your adventures! They offer a variety of products from their trekking poles, bladders, and even buffs, all of their products helped us greatly on our last adventure out. Trekking poles: We used their Vertex Carbon and Vertex Aluminum trekking poles. Their Vertex Carbon poles are the lightweight option, only weighing 15.5 oz, each pole weighi
Im not going to lie, I may be a little biased about the Hiker's Highlight this week. Not only is he my husband, honey buddy and baby daddy, he's also an Appalachian Trail section-hiker veteran and my inspiration for hitting the trail. From making his own gear on a family budget, to planning all of our trips to keep us safe and sound, he is a badass outdoors man. Casey, his best friend (Chris "Snickers"), and pup (Lucy "trash bag") hit the trail in 2009 for two months, plannin