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When You’re a Woman and You Need to Pee, Poop, or Menstruate Outdoors

So, I'm a female and recently I have been a female in what seems to be a predominantly male world. This world has included trekking in Nepal and Argentina. As a female, I have a few obstacles to figure out that a man doesn't even have to consider and typically doesn't even want to talk [...]

A Female Perspective From the Tallest Peak Outside of the Himalayas: Part II

After spending a few days at Base Camp (13,943 ft.), we were finally ready to go back up. We loaded our packs and did the darn thing. It felt a little better this time and I kept the negativity at bay. It was crazy to think this was our second time doing this, but that's [...]

A Female Perspective From the Tallest Peak Outside of the Himalayas: Part I

A Female Perspective From the Tallest Peak Outside of the Himalayas: Part I

I couldn't possibly. There's no way. I can't do this. All of these thoughts went through my head multiple times a day from the moment I decided I wanted to attempt to trek up the tallest peak outside of the Himalayas. I would stare in the mirror as if my face, my eyes, had the [...]

My Week As a Kiwi

I  know I haven't said much about my adventures as a storm chaser, but I went on three great tours last year, which led me to taking the plunge and going international with my travels. I met a lot of wonderful, down-to-earth, kind, and big-hearted people on my chases with Silver Lining Tours, one of which [...]