While camping with some friends at Cuyamaca Rancho State Park in San Diego, my fiancé tested out the hammock which resulted in the ultimate fail!
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Well hello there! Happy New Year to you! I wanted to think long and hard about my intentions I set for myself in 2017 so let me start off by saying this… I have a job. I can provide for myself. I have food in my cupboards. I am healthy. I have a roof over my head. I have someone to snuggle up with at night. What more can I ask for to make my life complete? What can I possibly improve in 2017? Well this year I am focusing me- being the best version of me possible. To make decisions that better my life and others around me in a positive way. Rather than making my yearly commitment to drop 20 lbs, not eat sweets past 8pm, pay off my credit cards and not bite my nails, I am going to make resolutions that I am truly excited to make and stick to. Continue reading
Shopping for the perfect gift can be tough! Especially when your outdoor lover has everything they need. So why don’t you improve their outdoor experience with a one of these beverage products from Stanley. They offer such a great variety, its perfect for wine, beer, and spirit lovers!
Vacuum Steel Growler
The Vacuum Steel Growler is a must have for beer enthusiasts. Stop by your favorite brewery or tap your own keg and fill this puppy up, then head off to that tailgate party, BBQ, or camping trip!
cold up to 24 hours
Save space in cooler or fridge
Vacuum Steel Cold Pint
You’re going to need a Cold Pint glass to pour that beer into! Check out this steel 16oz pint- with a wide mouth lid and topped with a bottle-opener, this glass will keep your beer cold for 4.5 hours (if you can wait that long)! Continue reading
You’ve had the best trip of your life! You saw unbelievable sights, cooked amazing meals, and made unforgettable memories. You’ve packed up your gear, drove the long trek home, and as exhausted as you are from your trip, you have one more task: to unpack your gear. But it doesn’t have to painful. It can actually be quick and organized! Here are 10 tips for unpacking your gear:
Los Angeles is known for celebrities, hot night clubs, and expensive real estate. But one little activity we love to do in LA is camp! Way back in the mountains you’ll find hiking, camping, bungee jumping, fishing, and even gold panning. We took a trip back into those mountains a few weeks ago and Continue reading
We went to Cuyamaca over the weekend of February 13-15. My boyfriend and I were trying to make an effort to wake up and watch the sunrise at the top of Stonewall Peak or Cuyamaca Peak. I had only watched the sunrise one other time in my life when I was 14 in Mexico. We had just got done building houses for some of the families from the local churches- it was one of most memorable experiences I’ve had.
Stonewall Peak is a 4 mile hike that has short switchbacks running along the backside of the mountain. Its a fairly easy hike with a huge reward at the top. Once you come to the base of the peak, you climb up about 2 flights of stairs with a handrail. At the top, 3 views will have a viewpoint description of what you’re looking at. Anza-borrego desert, Point Loma, and Mexico are all visible on a clear day.
My boyfriend and I woke up around 5:30am Saturday morning. With a few beers and some water in hand, we power walked all the way up to the top. We didn’t manage to see the sunrise at the top but we were the first ones up there for the day and the view was absolutely amazing. As I cracked open my celebratory beer at the top and looked at the young sky, I remembered it was Valentines Day which made the moment even better! Continue reading
This past weekend, we headed up to Paso Picacho campground. Paso Picacho is one of two campgrounds that Cuyamaca Racho State Park offer. Boasting over 80 campsites, Paso Picacho has impressive amenities with a fire pit and picnic table at each site. Open year round, this is one of our top 3 campgrounds to spend the weekend!
This past New Years Eve, the local weather channels were warning San Diego County with a storm watch. The snow levels dropped below 1,500 feet elevation. Communities that never see snow woke up with a white surprise. Temecula, Fallbrook, and Murrieta all saw a white New Years!
We headed up to Cuyamaca to test out our snowboarding skills- they had been hiding in the closet over 7 years!