Move Better, Live Longer, Adventure More

Humans and animals are made for adventure. At times, we move together simply to enjoy the experience. We should not be stuck in place like a statue, or in frequent pain. Lack of movement (or improper movement) can lead to very unhealthy consequences. We truly look better, feel better, and live longer after moving. How well do you look, feel and move?

What does Pawsitively Adventurous mean? We hike, camp, eat, exercise, and we go dog friendly. Our adventures potentially add longevity to our lives. Nobody knows their personal life expectancy, but we can take certain steps to achieve a longer life. Are you happy with your lifestyle?

We are in this together. Let us show you how to move better, and live longer. We do this through training and adventure. One is purposeful and the other is lost, but each have benefits which can last a lifetime. Most people want to have a long and healthy life, but many do not live with that purpose in mind. Will you join us?

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Our longest adventure took place while hiking in San Antonio. We love hiking and finding various ways to stay active. The San Antonio River is more than an underground river among popular, dog friendly restaurants. It is an amazing experience through a historic city, and you have never seen a hike quite like this. The holidays are upon us, and Christmas lights in San Antonio are no joke.

Next, follow us to Big Bend Country where we climb to the highest spot – Emory Peak. This is a long hike, but the views of the Chisos Mountains and other distant mountains are incredible. After visiting Big Bend National Park, it will become your favorite place in Texas, and possibly the entire nation. Checkout our other Big Bend videos, and hiking videos on our Youtube channel – Pawsitively Adventurous, and let us know what you think.

All photos and videos on this website have been taken by, David Earley, and you may not use or copy them without permission. Please contact us if you would like to use photos, exchange links, or go hiking with Abbey.