Monthly Archives: May 2013

Adventure Alive!

The world is lush and beautiful, and although those green hills are turning golden, there is plenty of life to observe on a hike this time of year.  Cori has graciously taken over leading Thursday hikes, while my back continues to heal, and has had some stellar turnouts.  Two weeks ago, she led a hike […]

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Contest: What kind of snake?

Cori spotted this five-foot snake at Los Gatos Creek Trail this last week.  What is it – Gopher or Rattler?  E-mail your answer and mailing address to admin@strollerhikes.com and earn a free weather-friendly Stroller Hikes sticker perfect for your car, stroller, camping gear, or more!  Stroller Hikes will not share your mailing address with anyone. […]

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Save the Dates: Monthly Adult-Only Hikes

Theresa had a grand epiphany that occurs far too rarely for some parents – that outdoor experiences without the kids are more stress-free, enjoyable, and at a refreshing pace.  She was so inspired after an outing with her husband that she has decided to offer once-monthly adult-only hikes on Sunday Mornings, starting June 23rd at […]

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Live, Hike, and Learn

The weather is really lovely and uniformly so, such that you can plan a little farther ahead to enjoy some outside time.  Make it more memorable and fitting with your activities, by making your at-home preparation and outdoor field trip part of a larger educational experience.  We visited Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo this […]

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Homage to Mom

In homage of Mother’s Day, a timeline for a child from 3 months past conception to 2 years: 3 months past conception: Mother’s circulatory system works hard to drop off resources and pick up waste as a baby develops in utero.  The baby cannot sense much yet, but lives amongst mother’s warmth. 9 months past […]

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