We drink tea because it fuels us, hydrates us, warms us and cools us. And we drink tea because it tastes good. But we've chosen to get into the tea business for a couple of reasons. First, there is nostalgia: my Grandfather was a tea trader. Grandpa McElman died when...
Making tea at home is easy. Put on the kettle with some water, pull down your favorite mug, and pick today's tea. But on the road or out on the trail, making tea can be a bit more difficult. I find that difficulty revolves mostly around getting the water hot. I always seem to ask myself whether bringing a stove, pot and extra water for tea is really worth it on a short trip or when we are not traveling in our van. So I've developed a few tricks to make tea on the trail easy.
Oofta, that mission feels like a lot of responsibility. But we are going to give it a go.
Right now Mile Creek is just Brandon and Sarah. We’re a married couple who loves getting outside and exploring the world around us. We love to mountain bike, fat bike, hike, travel, ski and snowboard, nap, star gaze, fish and generally be outside. Our home base is in Bozeman, Montana. We venture out of Bozeman on most weekends with our dog, Siena, and in our 2004 Freightliner Sprinter Van we’ve named Freddie.