Category: Essays From the Field
In March of 2015, we found ourselves with a unique opportunity to hop aboard an old weathered panga that moved about as fast as a sea turtle could probably swim, with an old weathered fisherman. Eight hours later, we had be-bopped along through a crazy visual voyage of lagoons with …Read the rest
Now that summer is almost officially here, and weather patterns have shifted, we are planning out our starry nights sleeping in the dirt and under the stars. For the first time, we have chosen five official Ambassadors to represent not only the Big Agnes brand, but also what it means …Read the rest
Go camping with your kids they said. It will be fun they said. They were wrong.
Often, even to experienced campers, the idea of camping with children is really daunting. People often ask us when we started camping with our kids, and though the specific challenges may differ with age, …Read the rest
By the end of this ski-packed, shoveling-intensive Colorado winter season, Karen and I were ready for a change of scenery. We hadn’t been south of the border in too long of a time and felt the sweet call of warm air and water and of countless shades of green. While …Read the rest