Her Hike Collective: House Mountain

little house mountain her hike collective lexington virginia

In the month of February seven of us women a part of the Her Hike Collective went on a hike to Little House Mountain. The hike was called Little House Mountain Trail but there was nothing little about it! You can read more about the actual hiking information on Hiking Upward under: House Mountain. I use this informational website for almost … Read More

Her Hike Collective: Sharp Top Mountain

girls who hike sharp top mountain peaks of otter blue ridge mountains

January 15th. A day that I took five other women in our #girlswhohike group to the mountains. For over a year I have wanted to begin to build a community that uplifts each other. A community that hikes beside each other and will be there to listen to one another. To laugh, to encourage, to empower; I wanted all of … Read More

Friday Recap: Appalachian Trail and Paul’s Boots

hiking appalachian trail article from the blue ridge outdoors magazine

It is no secret that Cory and I love the outdoors, and love to hike whenever we can! What you may not know is that I have been reading the Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine lately. It is cooler than it sounds as I type this! They have bucket lists to do, brewery trails and winery trails, plus the best places … Read More

Carter Mountain Apple Orchard: Our Engagements and Dating for Two Years

Carter Mountain Apple Orchard Engagement Portrait Charlottesville Virginia

To think two years from our first date we would be spending that weekend in the mountains with uninterrupted quality time, hiking, laughing, and taking our engagement portraits leaves me speechless. You can read more about the hiking part of our trip at Wintergreen here. Cory is a man that I did not realize existed, until I met him and … Read More

Our October Hiking Trip: Wintergreen, Virginia

Wintergreen Resort Hiking Virginia

Years ago, he mentioned that I should go hiking and camping with him. “Ryan, you would love the places that I have been too, hiking and camping. You come across waterfalls suddenly and, well, you would need to bring your camera. You would love taking pictures if you went with me… You really should go with me sometime… You would … Read More

Friday Recap: Lone Peak

big sky montana lone peak mountain

The picture above (an iPhone photo) is a picture of Lone Peak at Big Sky, Montana. At the very top of this peak it sits at a cool elevation of 11,166ft! You can see how it got its name the Lone Peak. I encourage you to continue to read this while I relate our lives and our businesses to a mountain … Read More