Memorial Day marked the unofficial kick-off of summer, and we just passed the actual summer solstice. Before summertime zips on by, let’s take a look at how to make the most of this rejuvenating season.Read More
My attitude towards winter has gotten so bad that my new year’s resolution is to stop hibernating and get active this winter. I’ve thought up some simple ways that I am going to try to get outdoors!Read More
Our trail guide’s name was Hank, and he started off our trek by yelling, “Hey there, cowgirl! Show that horse who’s boss!” I used the whipping technique he showed me, and Vodka shot forward with a fast trot. Hank yelled, “Whoo-wee, Cowgirl! You’re a mean one! I love it!” From that moment on, Hank and I were best friends.Read More
The name resonates in my brain, and I cry, and laugh, and feel AngerAndHappinessAndPain all at once.
Until I got married, home was an inconspicuous little town called Horseheads, NY. The place where I came to escape the world, and crawl under a soft blanket, but now, home has become something I take with me. I've found that home can be a tent in the middle of a forest, or on top of a rocky mountain peak. Home is being with my husband while we eat too many campfire hotdogs, or in the car while we drive the last leg of a nine-hour car ride.Read More
We at Oakmoss Collective live for warms days and the chance to go outside. We enjoy the beauty of nature, from the sound of woodpeckers in the tree outside our bedroom window to the laughter during a Frisbee game out in the yard. I find that everything is simpler, freer, and happier outdoors.Read More