Posts Tagged ‘vermont’

Rising 4,083 feet above the Lake Champlain Valley floor, the Camel’s Hump juts up to the Vermont sky with its highly unique physique. Positioned along the Vermont Long Range’s northern half, Camel’s Hump claims the third highest mountain in the state, tied with Mt Ellen. A classic landmark today from many areas in the middle […]

Do you enjoy hiking through the wilderness with everything you need right on your back? How about spending night after night deep in the mountains after a long days hike? The sounds of the forest and mountain life surround you and every breath sucks in the freshness of the wild smells. Perhaps a glimpse of […]

Recently I was in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for a week. Partly for vacation and partly to scout out potential excursions for Element Mountain. I had been to the White Mountains before and even near to where I recently traveled, but never with the depth of this trip. Beings that Element Mountain is […]

This past Memorial Day weekend I went out to a primitive island on Lake Champlain to camp for a few days. This is the same island were the Element Mountain Lake Champlain Island Camping Event takes place. I do not want to get into much written detail here because I made you a video instead […]

Scheduled: April 9-10, 2016 In our Plant Medicine Essence, stage 1 philosophy class we embark upon a sacred understanding to our most intimate connections to the plant world around us. Since ancient times around the globe people have been utilizing plants for food and medicines and through this evolutionary process, deep and profound understandings grew […]