This is now the third installment of our “Day in the Life” series, where we film everything we do all day so that we can bring you with us! It’s had a surprisingly positive response – which certainly has to do with our current pandemic and the obvious “cabin fever” that has come along with it.
Day #5 of our 14er project presented yet another day of travel. Sure, there’s over 50 14ers in Colorado, but in order to keep our hikes around ten miles or less we had to do a little bit of driving. Luckily, this project has helped make our travel days a lot more exciting.
After a day of “rest” we had to get back on the trails. Afterall, if we were going to succeed at hiking fourteen 14ers in 14 days we couldn’t take too many days off. So, on Day #3 our alarms rang at 3:30am, we hit snooze a few times, and finally dragged ourselves out of bed.
In my last blog I talked about how we recently attended the Overland Expo West. We had a great time exploring the overland vehicles and getting some great new ideas! The last blog featured an important aspect of road life that people don’t like to talk about – pooping! But an almost equally topic is cooking and eating. Luckily, this one is a lot more fun to talk about!