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Site-Wide Updates Coming Soon!

In case you tried to access my blog(s) last week, you’ll have discovered that they were up and down and working and broken all week.

Okay, so they were mostly DOWN and BROKEN, but I’m trying to spin it!

After a TON of frustration, a 3 hour phone call to tech support, installing and uninstalling WordPress about a dozen times, we are FINALLY back up and running. Yeah! And while I wish that I hadn’t had to do it, at least it happened in early January instead of mid-March when I’d be so busy working in the tax office that I could hardly breathe!

I also wanted to take a moment and give you a run-down on some changes that will be heading your way for and the blogs:,,, &

What’s Been Changed So Far:

  • All new URLs for There was no way around it, unfortunately. With the break and the fix, all the permalinks are different. Please update any bookmarks you may have had.
  • New look for! In the past, this was an “Arizona camping” site as well as the blog. Now, it’s just the blog and is on the main index of (All the old links work!)
  • I’ve changed email newsletter mailing services to MailChimp.

What’s Coming Up

  • New blog at
  • New newsletter for kayaking. (Send me your ideas for both!)
  • Updated look for

That updated look for is what I’m REALLY excited about. Sometime this week, you’ll get a sneak peak with some minor changes and then in the coming weeks…

Well, let’s just say that a visual overhaul has been a long time coming!

In other news, I just wanted to remind everybody that I work full-time in my dad’s tax practice. So from now until April 18th, I might be bit slow(er) at answering emails and getting posts up. But it’ll happen!

Mystery Mondays: Introducing Montana!

My two summer research interns: Keith & Gabe have been hard at work all summer. And, I’m excited to announce the first of the states they researched:


Montana is officially up and running on It has (currently) about 1,800 PAGES of information about outdoor recreation!

The research team focused primarily on adding campgrounds, picnic areas, state parks, National Parks, National Forests, and lakes where you can fish, kayak, boat, or just play in the water.

Here’s some great news for all you geocachers out there: 98% of the new attractions have GPS coordinates that link DIRECTLY to! So when you’re researching Crystal Lake Campground near Lewistown, you’ll be able to find out which geocaches are near by!

Most attractions also have driving maps as well.

Want to make camping reservations? Yep, you can do that as well. We included a link from to

Please take a look at Montana! Let me know if there are any typos (I’m sure there’s a few) and if we’re missing anything!

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