I’m in the process of training for my first runDisney race, the Princess Half Marathon in February 2016. Here’s what preparing for such an event entails fitness-wise, ideas for Disney plans to make on the side, and things to consider if you’d like to register. And why I think this is an exciting, motivational, and realistic Disney Bucket List item for anyone to try. The Reason to Run: runDisney Every year registration opens up for that legendary runDisney Princess Half Marathon, literally months in advance. It taunts me every time, my pulse racing at the thought of finally tackling this...Read More
Tami Mittan has lived in Colorado for a decade, and feels happiest when there are mountains on the horizon. She loves spending time outdoors with her husband and 2 kids, frequently exploring their backyard nature playground through hiking, camping, and biking. Although Tami is employed as a computer programmer, she’s a writer at heart and enjoys blogging at Colorado Mountain Mom about her family’s outdoor and travel adventures, and her occasional forays into fitness and fashion. She simply can’t get enough of travel, Disney World, and chocolate cake.
Here’s why you should try mountain biking with the kids–and everything you need to know to make this an outdoor adventure to remember…in a good way. Find out what to consider for your child’s ability level and get tips for those new to mountain biking, including what to bring and what type of bike you’ll need. Read this and you’ll find it’s easy to incorporate mountain biking with your next family vacation. Mountain Biking with Kids Now that my youngest son is age 5 and he has graduated to riding a two wheeled pedal bike, we decided it was...Read More
Fall color in Colorado brings a breathtaking mix of golds and greens, as the Aspen trees start to change color. Here’s one of the best driving routes available to behold the fall splendor, plus tips for exploring a bit off the beaten path. Also some ideas to keep your kids excited about the adventure, where the good eats are found, and what your best bets are for accommodations, be it hotel, cabin… or tent! Fall Colors of Grand Mesa A year-round outdoor lover, I’d have to say that fall is my absolute favorite season in Western Colorado. One of...Read More