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A Message from Family Trails
One of the things we've heard over and over from the Trails community is how every adventure leads to something new: a new memory, a new learning opportunity, some new inspiration for the next great adventure.
Koch Family: Wildlife Refuge
I try to take my children outdoors every day. I am a stay-at-home mom of 20-month-old identical twin girls and a four-year-old boy. We love getting out in nature, especially here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. But let's be honest, I can lose my mind being cooped up in a house all day with three little kids!
Daley Family: Moving Together
I was devastated when I learned that we would be moving from a small, French village near Paris to Washington back in the U.S. I was happy for the opportunities we had ahead of us, but had a tough time saying goodbye to a country I had grown to love during our time there.
“Hopefully, by teaching my children, they will carry this love and knowledge on...”
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Rasmussen Family: Our Family History
My maternal great-grandfather was a sheep herder on these mountains and my grandmother grew up following the sheep barefoot through the foothills.
Roberts Family: Joshua Tree National Park
We believe that adventure is for everyone! You can hop on a plane and go far, or walk down the road to the park. It doesn't have to be glamorous, and definitely doesn't have to look like anyone else's version of "travel" or "adventure."
Sendlbeck Family: Yosemite in Winter
We loaded up the rig, packed with provisions for the cold. A borrowed snowsuit for Stella, some unearthed winter gear that hadn't been touched this year, mittens discovered in coat pockets from last season.