Sunday with the Butterflies in Sarasota, FL

The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens- Sarasota Campus is a 15-acre plot of land nestled between the sky-high condos of downtown Sarasota and the warm, boat and manatee invaded waters of the Tampa Bay. The land…View Post

Meet Me at the Sand Bar

One of my favorite spots to relax in the water for the day with some wine coolers earning, some new tan lines is the Johns Pass sand bar.…

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Bear Mountain Reservation – Danbury, CT

The reservation boasts a variety of short trails that loop around the meadow, the woods above the lake, and a trail that even takes you down to Candlewood Lake. The beginning of the trail even has outdoor workout equipment for people that are extra healthy.…

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Atlas Obscura Inspiration

I’m not religious but I feel like I look at and hold my copy of the Atlas Obscura the way religious people look at the bible.…

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Flying During COVID-19

I’m coming at you from 39,908 feet above Atlantic City and a child kicking the back of my seat. I’m flying from Hartford, CT to Orlando FL – and I’m even wearing my Mickey Mouse mask and USF hoodie just in case people didn’t realize I’m from Florida!…

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Pup Hike on the George C. Cain Memorial Trail

I recently took a drive up from Florida to my home state of New York! I’m only spending the week here so I have to fill it with things I love, like hiking as I’m sure you have all realized by now is kinda the only thing I do. I was tired of the flat Florida trails and wanted to see some hills again.…

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Travel Blogging When My Travel Slowed

I was talking to my parents today about how *funny* it is that I finally decided to start blogging after all of these years of them egging me on to do so. It’s even *funnier* that I’m focusing a lot on travel blogging now when I’m not traveling nearly as much or to as many places as I did in high school and college.…

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What to Expect When Hiking Sleeping Giant in Kauai, Hawaii

One of my favorite adventures and most memorable hikes on this trip – which may be because it was our few hours of rain respite – was hiking Sleeping Giant. The mountain got its name from a legend where a giant lay to rest and has yet to be woken.…

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