Shenandoah Valley

Carrie atop the Pinnacles of Shenandoah National Park.

Grand Canyon

The Colorado River as seen from the South Rim.

Mount Rainer

Tahoma reflected in Mirror Lake.

Max Patch, N.C.

Sunset along the Appalachian Trail.

Going to the Sun Road.

Glacier National Park, Mont.

Grenoble, France

The banks of L’Isere

Yellow Mounds

Badlands National Park, S.D.

Cranberry Wilderness, W.Va.

West Virginia’s Highland Scenic Highway

Toronto, Ontario

Sunset on Lake Ontario

About Carrie's Work

Carrie “Mudfoot” Stambaugh is an Ashland, Ky. based storyteller. A freelance journalist and outdoor enthusiast, Carrie uses her professional training in a variety of media to capture and tell captivating stories. LEARN MORE ABOUT CARRIE

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Experienced in a broad range of professional writing


Mudfoot's Meanderings
Highlighting Carrie’s adventures and offers travel tips to readers.

News Reporting

Political and environmental
Investigative journalism and analytical reporting.


Versatile experience
Magazine, newspaper, online, landscape, travel and features

Other works

Business and non-profit
Providing a variety of specialized services in many lines of work.

Recent work


The new normal

The Independent | Posted: Friday, December 7, 2012 12:46 am The new normal. It’s a phrase you’ve been hearing over and over again to describe the...

Seed Saving A Tradition

The Art of Heirloom Seeds The Independent / Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 12:19 am GREENUP, Ky. – Seed saving is a tradition as old as...

The Hunt Farm’s family tradition

The Hunt family is close. Four households, comprised of four generations, live side-by-side at the end of Tygarts Bend in the Sunshine community of Greenup...

On-the-job training to develop thick skin

The Independent | Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2012 11:48 pm There are a lot of job skills that simply can’t be learned in a classroom, they have to...

A farm full of memories

Raymond “Ray” McKinley Dupuy died more than a decade ago but his memory is alive and strong at the farm where he grew up, moved his bride, built a home and...

Mudfoot's Meanderings