Education doesn’t have to stop if school is closed. Use local conservation areas, State Parks and National Forests to continue providing new educational experiences, all while being able to maintain a safe social distance from others.
2019 was another busy year for adventures. I failed miserably at maintaining a spreadsheet for our hiking stats this year so I guess that will be my resolution for 2020! One of the biggest changes here is that I have changed over from NH Summit Mommy to Adventures with Aubrey. I made the change because…… Continue reading End of the trail for 2019
New Hampshire is known for its rugged hiking terrain and peaks with exceptional views. What if you want something mellow, and something you can casually push your stroller down the trail? Here are seven stroller friendly trails across the state. Dorrs Pond Loop- Manchester NH Photo Credit manchesternh.gov The Dorrs Pond Loop is just over…… Continue reading 7 Stroller Friendly Trails
So this post took a bit longer, not because I forgot about it but because it was my first time editing a hiking video. A few weeks ago I purchased a knock off Go Pro from Amazon. Its a CrossTour 9000 that usually sells for about $40. This was only my 2nd time using the…… Continue reading Pack Monadnock 9/21/19
The trees across New Hampshire are starting to display their vibrant fall colors. In addition to the changing of the leaves, the moderate temperatures and limited annoying bugs, fall is a great time to get out and explore! Here are five can’t miss hikes this foliage season, perfect for even the most novice hiker. #1…… Continue reading Five Fall Foliage Hikes in New Hampshire for Families