Tag: nature

Swimming In The Ocean: Important Things To Remember To Stay Safe

Swimming In The Ocean: Important Things To Remember To Stay Safe

Summer is hot, hot, hot! There’s a lot of things you can do to enjoy this season. If you’re planning to take a drive to a nearby beach, you might find yourself longing to jump right in that big blue. An ocean is not like […]

Stumbling Upon Buffalo Park in Flagstaff, Arizona by Accident

Stumbling Upon Buffalo Park in Flagstaff, Arizona by Accident

A 2-hour road trip to Sedona to do the Devil’s Bridge hike led my friends and me on an unplanned adventure. We hiked, then we had plans to visit Sedona’s Slide Rock State Park, but by the time we arrived, it was closed. So, then […]

Know Before You Go: Hiking The Devil’s Bridge in Sedona

Know Before You Go: Hiking The Devil’s Bridge in Sedona

Finally, a hike crossed off my bucket list for Arizona: the Devil’s Bridge. It took me a while to get there, but I save these special hikes to share with some of my special friends. But, what makes this hike extra special is that it […]

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Did you know Sedona was once a beach? It’s kind of crazy to think about it especially when we all know of Sedona being famed for its red rocks situated here in Arizona and its dry atmosphere. These rocks were formed from millions of years […]

Peak Sherpa Review: Could This Be Best Energy or Trail Food For Hiking?

Peak Sherpa Review: Could This Be Best Energy or Trail Food For Hiking?

I thought I’ve seen it all when it comes to trail food in grocery stores, but that was not the truth. As an avid hiker, I always love to bring good trail food to keep me energized as I’m taking a hike. But, I realized […]

Exploring Humboldt Mountain: A True Hidden Gem in Arizona

Exploring Humboldt Mountain: A True Hidden Gem in Arizona

Instagram is one of the best apps to use if you want to gain some ideas on where to go for your next exploration destination. That’s actually where I got more than half of my ideas of where I’d like to explore, aside from finding […]

First Time Camping Out In The Desert (and Sleeping Under The Stars)

First Time Camping Out In The Desert (and Sleeping Under The Stars)

The other day was a trip I’ll never forget in my life and an eye-opening experience as I’ve been shifting into making Arizona and the desert feel like home. A couple of my girlfriends and I decided to camp, randomly, on a Wednesday night. For […]

Solo Hiking: The Benefits, The Ultimate Guide, and The Do’s and Don’ts

Solo Hiking: The Benefits, The Ultimate Guide, and The Do’s and Don’ts

We’re all probably already aware of how beneficial hiking can be, and it’s a favorite outdoor activity loved by many. Hiking isn’t an outdoor activity that has to be shared by company, as fun as that may be, because you can face your fear and […]

Top Places To See In San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Top Places To See In San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Collaboration Blog Post by Leslie Lopez and Gabrielle Sales (Side note: This will be quite a lengthy post, but grab a snack or two and maybe a beer, and sit back and relax while you read through our suggested itinerary.) San Francisco is a city […]

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019: A Recap Of My New Year’s Eve Spent in Northern Arizona and My Past (Adventurous) Year (ft. the Pine Cone Drop)

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019: A Recap Of My New Year’s Eve Spent in Northern Arizona and My Past (Adventurous) Year (ft. the Pine Cone Drop)

Happy (belated) New Year’s! 2019 came by in a whirlwind and I still feel as though 2018 hasn’t fully left us yet. However, when a new year comes, this means a new chapter. 365 days. 365 new blessings and chances to take. 365 (okay, maybe […]