If youre like us and also looking for a mental escape…This is for families who are looking to get into a different headspace during these crazy times of uncertainty. Honored to be a chapter in this new book: Family Adventures. Exploring the World with Children by @austinsailsbury via @gestalten The cover quote pretty much sums it up: Adventure provides an ideal context for personal growth. It involves being disconnected from day-to-day life, trying something new, and being with people you care about. – Steve Dubbledam, Founder of Wilderness Collective. The book follows the stories of everyday families living across the world from from Italy to Africa, Denmark to India…each exploring with their kids in tow. It makes us miss the days when we could jump on a plane with Charlie…but at the same time so grateful to be in a place that we never want to leave. Congratulations to our dear friend @austinsailsbury (who wrote this from Copenhagen where he moved with his family from America).Photography by our talented powerhouse women and friends @JuliaStotz, @janegoodrichphotography & @thayerandco. (With a cameo of @donnalukascp & her girls )EXCERPT:”We get to meet folks from all over who are getting away from the pressures of everyday life,” David says, “and we get caught up in all that positive energy, we get to see these people at their best – when they’re reconnecting with each other and with nature, making new friends, and just plain letting their guard down.” Each summer, the couple shares the property with non-profit organizations who put on camps for kids, young artists, musicians, and local church groups, endeavors Tereasa calls “the most emotionally fulfilling money-losers ever.” Now, more than ever here at camp, we are looking for anything that is emotionally fulfilling- and giving back in a small effort to bring unity and community is what we want – and need- to lean in on. Especially now