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A Picturesque Cruise along the Virginia Beach Boardwalk

The 3 mile long Virginia Beach boardwalk features a separate biking and walking path. Being an avid cyclist I really appreciated the separate path. Visiting during April was the perfect time as there were barely any other cyclists on the paths. The weather (low 80s) was beautiful for a bike ride. The views of the […]

Fun Southern California Beaches: The Best Beaches of LA & Orange County

Another winter storm here in the Boston area has me dreaming of the beaches I was once able to visit on a daily basis in Southern California! Southern California is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. I love the fact that the beaches are so versatile – relaxation, exercise, […]

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! My bf 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.In addition, this forest is one […]

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 […]

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 really […]

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 Inn […]