Monthly Archives: October 2012

Misty Mountain Hop

Many of us shy away from the weather this time of year.  Add to that the dark mornings and evenings, and you might find yourself inside all day.  Don’t do it – the outdoors are exactly what you need to shake out some wiggles, knock down the winter doldrums with a dose of Vitamin D […]

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Wading Fun

                This week, I tagged along on a Stevens Creek Trail Toddler Trek, and it was a great experience. Veteran’s Day started off chilly, so before the hike, the kids were bundled up all nice and warm as they played on the playground, but as the hike geared into motion, the children took […]

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Harvest, Haunt, and Hike

Tis the season for squash, goblins, and changing leaves, an exciting time of year for finding new places to venture to, or visiting some you only visit once a year.  Last year, Audrey hosted Stroller Hikes’ first ever Harvest and Halloween Festivus, a wonderful occasion of bobbing for apples, decorating pumpkins, dressing up, and coming […]

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Y is for Yurt

      Amity and Karen hosted Stroller Hikes’ fist Yurt Camping Trip last weekend.  This kind of camping – glamping some call it – has gained in popularity in the last decade or so.  Maru had suggested we look into yurt camping last year, and with several of us diligently reserving the yurts as soon […]

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Huis Clos

When I was in high school French, we studied several of the major European Art Movements.  Included was study of Jean Paul Sartre’s famous Huis Clos, a play about several very different people trapped together in a small space.  Just like people do when they first meet, the characters in this play presented themselves as they […]

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