Outdoor Education

When I was in college, I took a course called “Outdoor Education.” To be honest, I was just a few credits shy of graduating, and I was, okay, I’ll say it out loud, looking for a blow-off class. How hard could “Outdoor Education” really be, right? Wrong. There really is so much to learn about […]

The Randomness of Strangers

The meeting of strangers. Is it happenstance? Serendipity? Coincidence? Fate? I used to not really think about it, but as I age and reflect more, I think the randomness of strangers isn’t, well, as random as I once thought. There are people I’ve met that for whatever reason remain in my life. There are those […]

The Tale of Two News Feeds

Yes, it’s true.  The world can be a scary place.  Especially in today’s complex world where there seems to be so much going on these days.  I want to be in the know.  I want to be informed.  I want to know what’s going on. However, there’s a lot to absorb, and there’s so much […]

(Re)Connecting to Nature

My trip to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks some eighteen years ago was my first experience with the national parks.  It was, as I have credited it, my “coming home to a place I’d never been before” moment.  It was a trip that I do feel changed me.  I often say I connected with […]

A Lesson in Perspective

Titles.  I never really thought much about them.  The need for a title was never a driving force for me.  But then I sat in a workshop, and I was asked to list all of my titles.  That’s where I went blank, and that’s where things changed for me.I sat in that corporate workshop many […]

The Beginning of Wanderlust

“There is a love of wild nature in everybody, an ancient mother-love showing itself whether recognized or no, and however covered by cares and duties.” ― John MuirIt only seems befitting to dedicate our first edition of Wanderlusting to John Muir, affectionately referred to as the Father of our National Parks.As an original wanderluster, John […]

Hello world!

It’s been a little over a month now that we’ve been “Open for Business,” and it has been an exciting time. Our customers have sent us some photos, and we have been able to see our shirts travel to some fun places. We’ve also been shipping shirts, and we know that our tees are now […]

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