Truck in Sequoia National Park

The Perfect Traveler Rig

The Perfect Traveler Rig: Our ideal set-up for a traveling adventure lifestyle Imagine waking up along the Pacific coastline with morning light flickering off the water onto your sleeping bag. Or pulling off to the side of a remote Canadian highway late at night only to find yourself comfortably asleep 5 minutes later to the…

Christmas as Travelers

Christmas as Travelers Christmas time brings nostalgia to all of us.  Fond memories of Christmas Eve’s spent anxiously awaiting Santa.  Tearing through wrapping paper, rabid for the next toy or ugly sweater neatly tucked into a flimsy cardboard box.  We all have our favorites.  El and I have ours too. Our First Christmas Our first…

Gear Review: BOB Revolution Pro Running Stroller

Gear Review: BOB Revolution Pro Running Stroller As far as new parents go, we were serious procrastinators when it came to purchasing a baby running stroller. “We’ll just carry her”, we thought, and we requested a Ergo Baby from our relatives when Kinley was born (it’s amazing!). Although we had heard great things about running…

Blue Lakes

Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months

Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months In this post I’d like to share a bit of what we, idiot novice parents, have learned during the past few months, and given that we tend to live a more minimalist lifestyle, what gear (baby stuff) we have found is worth bringing along for the adventure.…

Zion National Park post Trav Con

Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler

Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler: Growing as a Clinician and Knocking out CEUs Finding, signing up for, and then following through to complete professional development courses that are in your area of interest is a serious challenge when you don’t know what corner of the country you’ll be living in next! Sometimes it is…

Little Molas Lake

Traveling with a Baby: Pregnancy

Traveling with a Baby: Pregnancy As many of our readers and Facebook followers may know, we welcomed our first child into the world on August 24th!  Kinley Stockhausen joined our family and has been exploring the San Juan mountains surrounding Durango, CO (our home base) with us ever since. But as easy as post-pregnancy has been…

2017 Summer Road Trip Home

2017 Summer Road Trip Home: Montana, Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Teton National Park There’s nothing like an epic road trip when moving from one state to another! Since Ellen was between 36-37 weeks pregnant, we thought it would be a great idea to invite Steve’s parents to join us in order to add little…

Minimalism

Minimalism Light and fast Maybe we have spent too much time running up mountains and on long “adventure runs” out untracked trails, but the Mountain Running ethos of “Light and Fast” has thoroughly permeated our lives. At this time we are packing up our lives in Washington and beginning another move of 1,400+ miles back…

Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources

Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources

Our Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources It seems that every day there are more helpful resources out there for travel therapists.  Any little step to make our lives easier is a good thing right! Here are our top 5 travel therapy resources! 1. aPTitude Managing multiple licenses can be a difficult and occasionally painful task,…

The Best-est

Here is a not so comprehensive list of our favorite places and experiences along our travels so far: Favorite Sunset Location: Being suckers for the magnitude of mountainous terrain we have to vote for Baldy Peak in Eagle River, Alaska.  What most folks forget is that the  “golden hour” of sunlight is nearly a “golden” three…

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