All that is gold does not glitter. Not all those who wander are lost.
— J.R.R.Tolkien - 'The Lord of the Rings'

Over the past 20 years, we’ve traveled by sea and circumnavigated the globe. We’ve traveled on land criss-crossing the United States. And now, we’ve embraced traveling on foot … trekking. There’s something about walking that delights the senses. You see things you’d otherwise miss if you whizzed by in a car. You smell the earth and the forest. You hear bird sounds and animal sounds. You hear and feel the crunch of leaves or rocks or desert sand under your feet. Your mind can wander. You feel tired, but exhilarated at the end of each day. You feel healthy in body and spirit.

We’ll surely add our trekking experiences as we wander further and further afield, but here’s a couple of our recent treks.


  Walking the Thames Path  - 184 miles along the banks of England’s longest and most historic river.

Walking the Thames Path - 184 miles along the banks of England’s longest and most historic river.

  A Walk in Teddy Roosevelt National Park  A short trek in North Dakota’s gem of a national park … A river crossing, bison, pronghorns, wild horses and more.

A Walk in Teddy Roosevelt National Park A short trek in North Dakota’s gem of a national park … A river crossing, bison, pronghorns, wild horses and more.

We’ve also written several trekking related blogs. Check them out here: