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Latest Blog Posts for Carrie Go Wandering

  • My New Website
    on Jun 27, 2014
    Hello loyal followers,I have exciting news. I have a new website! The site includes information about my writing and new projects, and also houses my blog. It feels so streamlined and cohesive to have everything in one place. I'm thrilled and I hope...
  • Tales to Go...
    on May 8, 2014 in Mexico motorcycle travel essay
    Travelers' Tales just launched a new mobile app called Tales to Go, which delivers four travel stories each month to your iphone or ipad. I've heard only good things. Some of the stories are wildly hilarious, and others are highly touching.
  • A Bilingual Friendship AbroadJake and his new friend, Sasha, posing near their stick houseThis post was originally published in The Coloradoan on 4/12/14.My son and his new friend met on the trail to school. As first-graders, they were both carrying backpacks full of papers and...
  • Two months in Mexico- Round 2
    on Apr 3, 2014 in family travel Mexico writing
    Yelapa, Jalisco, MexicoThose of you who have been reading my blog over time know that my husband and I, and our young kids, took a two-month trip to rural Mexico a year ago. It was an incredible experience. It was so rich, in fact, that we decided to...
  • A Wild New Year's Eve (Complete with moose licking car)The Dancing Moose Yurt near Gould, ColoradoThe New Year started off on an exhilarating note for me and my family, complete with a stay in a yurt, moose tracking, and moose licking the salt off our car (seriously). Here's the story I wrote for The For...
  • Wilderness Ethics + KidsThe hike started off the usual way. It was a sunny morning, and my kids — ages 6 and 3 — and I piled into the car and headed to a trailhead west of town.We took our backpacks out of the trunk and ambled down the path, noting the unique ice format...
  • On Broadway
    on Oct 23, 2013 in family travel New York City
    In case you didn't catch my piece in The Coloradoan last week, here's what went down when my six-year-old son and I traveled together from Northern Colorado to New York City...This wasn't my first trip to New York, but it was my first trip with a chi...
  • Wheels in Motion
    on Oct 15, 2013 in planning travel family travel Hawaii
    This morning I went to an indoor cycling class at the gym. Actually, I dragged myself there. The dark days of autumn are like a slow drip of a tranquilizer for me. I have to dig deeper to make myself do stuff.When I walked into the class, I noticed a...
  • NosediveMy six-year-old son and I recently returned from a mother/son trip to New York City. It was an awesome adventure (photos and posts to come), but I can't get my mind off one annoying thing: How crappy our flight experience was. (I don't think it's imp...
  • Have Airlines Taken a Nosedive?My six-year-old son and I recently returned from a mother/son trip to New York City. It was an awesome adventure (photos and posts to come), but I can't get my mind off one annoying thing: How crappy our flight experience was. (I don't think it's imp...
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