We had only been eating vegetarian meals consisting on beans and rice and various vegetables from the farm. Even though my energy seemed to be stagger with the new diet, my BODY did feel good.
I did a miraculous job at planning but not for some of the surrendering I had to do. My body worked very hard to backpack as well as adapt to a whole new diet. My spiritual strength had to support my partner and baby.
I feel like this is a scrimmage to bigger and greater adventures for our little family. Things take more planning, envisioning so that I can be more right than wrong, make less mistakes.
Being fit isn’t just a personal judgment of your body. It really is a state of mind and acceptance or realization of who you are. I might of felt physically unfit during the first the first portion of my postnatal recovery, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t working on others ways of being fit.
This trip will be challenging in new ways, but I am confident in what I learned over the year. This will be just the beginning of the lifelong exposure to the world for Andi. As her mom I am more cautious and open to learning as we grow.
We found it! We traveled to the barren and unforsaken Death Valley National Park. Our destination was an oasis hot spring in the middle of Saline Valley, just a speck on the map of Death Valley. After landing in Big Pine and sleeping one night we traveled three hours over the mountains ridge on unpaved roads […]