Why do you want to make sure children experience adventure? If you like what we are saying please share this video. If you feel aligned please connect with us.
A reflection on having adventures with a teenager, sharing what you love and cashing in on the investment.
We have come a long way from the pair of cardboard skis left lying around on the living room carpet. Here are some of the techniques we used to encourage Cai to ski and develop his skills.
Keeping children warm, thoughts from raising an Alaskan kid. This was written for parents of children in Cai’s class after we moved south to Colorado. PDF download available.
The Adventurers’ Skillset is a collection of 8 skills. It is highly transferable and serves us well in other areas of life, developing leaders and people who make things happen. It is a wonderful to foster in our children!
Cai & I threw this together before our second backpacking trip and amended it a number of times after that. PDF Download Available
Finding joy, like any good journey or adventure is not always easy. The rewards though usually make up for the work. PDF Download Available
Telling Great Stories: Adventure and a Life Well Lived
Beauty and the Beast: Teens, Adventure & Type 2 Fun
Quandary: How real do we need to make teenage adventures?
Teen Adventures And Why They Are So Important:
Mitigating Backcountry Risks Riding Snow With Children?
Why Bring Cai to Skiing:
New Year: A Time for Reinvention
Manipulation & the art of raising kids who love what you do
Adventure & Holding a Space for Our Children Pt3
Adventure & Holding a Space for our Children Part 2
Adventure & Holding a Space for our Children: Part 1
Cognitive Dissonance: The Best Teaching Tool?
Foundations & children who love what you do.
Family Hut Trips: A Love Story
Parental Pride: Thoughts from Lost Creek
Stories: Serious Sages for any Occassion
Magic and the Wonder Book