“It’s what we do. We make things.” So muses Mark Lynskey, managing member of Lynskey Performance Designs and eldest of his five siblings.
It just doesn’t get much cooler than the Pacific Northwest. But before it gets too cold, like ice cold, it’s time to take a trip to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.
Quiche is a versatile dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This recipe has all the delectable elements of regular quiche with one twist—it doesn’t have the added bulk and calories of crust.
One of my more memorable hangouts with my friend Ann was a trip to the Main Street Farmers Market just down the road from my house
Alaska is the land of unknown and fearless wilderness.
This stuffed pepper recipe is a savory option that incorporates fresh herbs and lots of flavors that would taste great alongside any late-summer meal.
After coming across Isle Royale National Park, we may just live to get on a plane, then in a car, then on a ferry to get to this outdoor paradise.
These light and tasty chicken pineapple sliders are tangy with an Asian edge and are sure to give your taste buds a thrill.
What do my chiropractor, an avid hunter, Jennifer Lawrence and I have in common? I’ll give you a hint: the other two are not named Jennifer.
As the home to Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park is one of the most recognized parks in the world. Its vast size and historical prominence makes it a do-before-you-die destination.
It was as if a gauzy veil was being slowly pulled down, obscuring the scene all around me. And as night fell, so did a hush. But that calm was soon broken.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and stay healthy at the same time with chia pudding, a treat that’s easier to make than it is to drive to the nearest bakery for a deadly dessert. Win, win!
These parks will take you to the forest, the mountains, the coast and even deep into the desert. Turns out, California is a pretty diverse state—definitely worth the cross-country trek.
The last chill of spring is fading away and summer is straight ahead, calling out to you. “Go on a picnic,” it says, enticing you with its warmer weather and bright blue, wide open skies.
I live in a cozy—but small—duplex near the edge of downtown. But this downtown girl inadvertently brought a more uptown mentality to building a shelter in the woods, my final assignment in this survivalist series.