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Winter Fun in Boston: Holiday Activities and more!

Boston may not come to mind immediately as your top spot for spending your winter vacation, however, there is plenty of fun to be found in and around the city. I recently headed downtown for the Boston Common Tree Lighting. Although it was an extremely cold night, the great musical performances ...

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A Fall bike ride through New England’s Myles Standish State Forest

A bike ride through New England in the fall months makes for a perfect Halloween! Mike and I decided to take a scenic fall bike ride through Myles Standish State Forest in Carver, Massachusetts. The setting was perfect for Halloween – dark, cloudy, colored leaves scattered among the ground. ...

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Yellowstone National Park: A Photo Tour through the World’s 1st National Park

Yellowstone National Park is regarded as one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. Over 4 million people visit the park each year. Because we visited outside of the hectic summer months, we were able to get some amazing photographs! I highly recommend a Yellowstone drive during the ...

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Yellowstone National Park: Elk, Bison, and Coyote Spottings!

Mike and I took another drive through Yellowstone National Park this weekend. We decided to take a new route this weekend. From the West Yellowstone entrance, we drove northeast passing through Lamar Valley. Lamar Valley is supposed to be a hotspot for bear sightings because there is an abundance ...

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Trip to Boise – The Greenbelt, Boise Zoo, & Knock ’em Dead Theater

Boise, Idaho is a great city to visit if you enjoy the outdoors; there are plenty of options when it comes to recreation including biking, hiking, and dozens of parks. Mike and I took a 2 day trip this week mainly to do some bike riding along the Boise Greenbelt, a 22 mile path that runs ...

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St. Patrick’s Day Weekend in Bozeman

Last weekend, I decided to take a weekend trip to Montana to run a half marathon. An Irish themed half marathon entitled “Run to the Pub Half Marathon” was being held in Bozeman, a small college town home to Montana State University. The trip from Idaho became more and more scenic as we got ...

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Idaho Falls: The Gateway to Yellowstone

Idaho Falls, the largest city in Southeastern Idaho, is nicknamed “the Gateway to Yellowstone,” due to its’ close proximity to America’s First National Park. Asides from being super close to Yellowstone, as well as the Grand Tetons and several other natural wonders, the ...

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A Weekend in Boise, Idaho

Last weekend, Mike and I took a road trip to Boise, Idaho. We were excited to check out the area after hearing only positive feedback. Driving in we were not very impressed with the dull, desert landscape. I was expecting Boise to be a bit more lush, however, after spending some time here we ...

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A trip to Paso Robles, CA: Biking, Hot Springs, and Beautiful Views!

This weekend, Mike and I took a trip up to Paso Robles, California. Paso Robles is a small city in San Luis Obispo County, best known for its’ many vineyards, hot springs, and beautiful scenery. The scenic drive from Los Angeles took about 4 hours. We booked a night in a suite at La Quinta ...

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