Mother of two small children and wearer of many hats, including conservationist and environmental consultant, McKittrick is no stranger to the balance of parenthood, adventure, work and all the “other stuff” in life. And this woman takes on big adventures, such as long distance backpacking expeditions, including a few with not one, but two very small children in tow. Check out my review of her book, “Small Feet, Big Land: Adventure, Home and Family on the Edge of Alaska.”
Meet Teresa Delfin: mother of two, founder of two companies, outdoorswoman extraordinaire, prolific blogger and, believe it or not, Professor of Anthropology! In this interview, we discuss her journey as an outdoorsy mother and entrepreneur, and she offers her best tips for parents wanting to get into the outdoors with their kids.
Are you looking for a special family experience this summer? Why not join other outdoorsy families for a 5 day guided hiking camp based out of the A.O. Wheeler hut in Rogers Pass!
Last night when Paul and I took our late-afternoon bike ride with Maya here on Fakarava, we played a game exchanging our favourite memories from our trip so far. We had no shortage of snapshots to share, from moments that made our hearts soar to inside jokes that still make us laugh out loud. It was a good way to counter our recent frustrations – a soothing remedy for feeling a bit cursed on this trip.
Because sometimes it feels like we’re being punished for ever dreaming it up in the first place.