hike hīk/Submit ver b gerund or present participle: hiking 1. walk for a long distance, especially across country or in the woods. "we planned to hike another mile up a steep trail" synonyms: walk, trek, tramp, tromp, trudge, slog, footslog, march; More 2. pull or lift up (something, especially clothing). "he hiked up his sweatpants and marched to the door" synonyms: hitch up, pull up, hoist, lift, raise; informalyank up "Roy hiked up his trousers" -googled.
I know your probably confused- Why would I have a panorama of Hyvee as a header on a post about hiking? Well- We stopped for food and water beforehand. (Something I definitely recommend.)
Here is what I chose!
The Rockstar isn’t mine. First of all, I don’t like Rockstars. Second; I wanted pure hydration. The Mist was just for some fizz, B had purchased waters from KT after the Hyvee stop.
Below is my salad! I tried to go healthy (Ish) and went with a ‘Light’ ranch dressing packet… didn’t like it so much. Haha.
The blueberry yogurt was extremely delicious.
We went with a (Somewhat) local trail that was right next to a prison!
I love that pic of B because it looks almost like he’s flexing. :b
We have decided to go on weekly hikes. It was such a good time, great exercise and it got us out of the house! (And, unless you pay for parking-its FREE!) Win in my book. 🙂