The Lessons of the Hike

ethanessig | Aug/ 15/ 2018 | 0

I had a realization in Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) that should have happened a long time ago. Hiking is the moment we face the things causing trouble in our life, not the time to push it away. It was

Traveling with Family: Siesta Key

ethanessig | Jul/ 1/ 2018 | 0

Something I don’t discuss often is my family trips. I should because I go on them a lot. I love a good family trip. Excellent dinners, catching up with loved ones, and moments of growth together. My family is big

I Failed at My Nature Routine:

ethanessig | Jun/ 18/ 2018 | 0

If you missed my blog about my Nature Routine for May, click here first. I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn

Episode 4: Solo Travel

ethanessig | Jun/ 10/ 2018 | 0

Link to the audio: Episode 4: Introduction: I am an advocate of people finding time to get away and explore the world. A beautiful idea and can sound a bit out of reach. What holds most people back from taking

Captain Jack; The Chief of the Modoc’s

ethanessig | May/ 28/ 2018 | 0

Leading through the End: Being a leader is quite the challenge. Many of us have a leadership role in some capacity. I am about to tell you a story of a leader who was only left with bad decisions; this

Yellowstone, the Return

ethanessig | May/ 6/ 2018 | 1

Most of us who love adventure have a place that calls to our hearts above all others. The area that we feel most at peace in this life. The most in touch with what and who we indeed are. For

A Creepy Hike:

ethanessig | Apr/ 8/ 2018 | 0

Not Your Typical Outdoor Tale: Going on a hike for me is often about finding peace and challenge. That combo does not always come together perfectly. This Creepy Hike you are about to read about was more unsettling than peaceful.