The Time I Went to the Grand Canyon and Just Looked at it

I wanted to go to The Grand Canyon since I was in 4th grade and read an “I Can Read!” book about a girl who rides a donkey down The Grand Canyon with her dad. I always hated her spoiled ass for complaining about how donkeys “smell.” This was before she even was near enoughContinue reading “The Time I Went to the Grand Canyon and Just Looked at it”

Solo Hiking the Narrows of Zion National Park

My journey to Zion National Park was fated by the alphabet. Having a last name like Wolfe is kind of a bummer growing up. My desk was always in the back right corner of the room behind this douchey kid named Patrick Wilson (not that Patrick Wilson). I always got my report card handed backContinue reading “Solo Hiking the Narrows of Zion National Park”

Puerto Rico: An Outside Itinerary

I’ve been home from Puerto Rico for 2 days. In Philadelphia, the air is starting to get crisp, with just a few crunchy leaves sprinkling the ground. It’s one of my favorite times of year, but still I wish I was in Puerto Rico! It was too easy to get used to these views fromContinue reading “Puerto Rico: An Outside Itinerary”

Canoe Camping in the Paw Paw Bends of the Potomac River

The first time I ever camped, it was in a canoe. Since, I’ve camped from a car and from a backpack, and thoroughly enjoyed both, but canoe camping might be my favorite. Traveling by canoe offers advantages. You can pack much heavier than you would backpacking, but unlike with car camping, you can enjoy theContinue reading “Canoe Camping in the Paw Paw Bends of the Potomac River”