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Breckenridge Recreation Department Staff Corner: Matt Parker

Matt joined the Recreation Department in the fall of 2011 trading the wilds of Jackson, Wyoming for the altitude of Summit County. Matt spent the previous 8 years working for university outdoor programs and wilderness therapy companies, leading international adventure trips, guiding river and rock trips across the US and teaching wilderness medicine courses. 111 more words


Joshua Tree National Park – Our first foray into camping

Heading out of Phoenix towards California with our new tent we were unsure of how the next leg would pan out. We’ve not really camped with the kids before and we weren’t sure how they would take to it. 283 more words

#27 Rock Climbing

Things have been a little crazy lately, hardly any time to let out a breath let alone write, and thus this post is later than I expected.  687 more words

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Earth as a Canvas

Aerial shots from Yosemite to San Francisco.


Inspiration Without Limits: Sport Climbing Nationals

My sons and I spend just about every weekend enjoying a variety of outdoor adventures. The boys are used to seeing me as “mama, the rock climbing guide,” “backpacking trailblazer mommy,” and “ski instructor mom.” But although I’m proficient in many sports, I’m no pro in any. 373 more words

Adventures With Kids

Mary + Graham | The Proposal

It was one of those Mondays were if you had a choice, you’d spend it with Netflix marathon cuddled on the couch with popcorn. However, I’d gotten a text at mid night and spent whole day full of joy and adrenaline waiting for five o’clock, the hour Graham and Mary would take their relationship one step further. 22 more words


Argentina- first stop, Mendoza

My first impression of Argentina was that everything was softer in comparison to Chile. The people especially- their features seemed softer, their lighter hair and lighter eyes, their accents, and something in the way they moved about within the world and related to one another. 586 more words