Hiking

And The World Slowed Down

I sat down on this cold, and very rainy, Sunday and realized it had been 9 days since I had posted on the blog of Trailcooking. I have been so busy and yet my world has slowed down so much since the start of March. Tomorrow, on Monday, the boys and I enter our 4th… Continue reading And The World Slowed Down

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Trail Cooking

Street Style Fish Tacos

With a lot of free time on my hands these days, if I am not on the farm or homeschooling, we are doing recipe development. I get the boys involved in it and let them run the stove and pans - might as well earn that Scout badge as fast as possible? I am trying… Continue reading Street Style Fish Tacos

Local Adventures

Local Adventures: Island County Historical Museum

The backstory is for now we are homeschooling our boys. We do school work in the morning, then we go an an adventure to learn about new things. Educational, yet fun. Today's adventure was to the small village of Coupeville, Washington, which is in the middle of Whidbey Island, about 18 miles from our home.… Continue reading Local Adventures: Island County Historical Museum

Trail Cooking

Cold Sunny Beach Time and One Pot Mac n’ Cheese

Walker and Alistaire got their school work done early today so we headed to the library in town. With a sunny, but chilly, day we decided to head to the beach near our place on the south end of Whidbey Island. The tide was out low with a drop down from the above high tide… Continue reading Cold Sunny Beach Time and One Pot Mac n’ Cheese

Trail Cooking

FBC Rice Primavera

Alistaire and I made up a big batch of Rice Primavera for lunch during our Wednesday hike. It is vegetarian friendly and if you swap the Parmesan cheese for a plant based substitute, it is vegan as well. It is also gluten-free, and features hemp seeds instead of nuts for a tree nut free crunchy… Continue reading FBC Rice Primavera