I have been meaning to share these pictures for almost two years now but somehow never got around to it. In August of 2018, David and I took a week long vacation to explore a bit more of the east coast states. Our plan was to visit Chicago, Louisville and Nashville and whatever we encountered … Continue reading Exploring the U.S.
For David’s birthday this year, we decided to break out our camping gear and head to Vermont to test some new items (namely our tent, quilt, backpacks and ponchos). Tent: 3F UL Lanshan 2 Pro Quilt: Underground Quilt – 20 degree, 850 fill, 2oz over-stuff Backpacks: REI Flash Ponchos: 3F UL Gear Hiking Poncho 3 … Continue reading Hiking Stratton Mountain
I do have to preface this post to say how grateful I am to still have a job throughout this ordeal. I work in the hospitality industry, which has been the hardest hit, but the company I work for, although the physical building is closed, their call center is still open and that’s my department. … Continue reading Working From Home (And My Newest Venture)
Well hello everyone! I guess I took a little 4 month hiatus on this blog; totally unintended, but life happens. Not a lot of big changes have happened since my last post. Here's just a few highlights: Section Hiking the AT in Massachusetts & Vermont For our second vacation of 2018 (we went on a … Continue reading Welcome, 2019!
At 6,288 feet, Mt. Washington is the tallest peak in New England and the second tallest on the Appalachian Trail (about 350 feet shorter than Clingmans Dome in Tennessee). And I think it goes without saying that this was the tallest peak that I’ve summited. And the most rewarding. We started our day very early … Continue reading Hiking Mount Washington
With just over two months to go until our section hike of the southern Vermont portion of the Appalachian Trail/Long Trail, David wanted us to get in a little bit more of a strenuous hike. What I wasn’t prepared for was 12 miles of up and down and over 8 hours hiking. Needless to say, … Continue reading Hiking Killington Mountain
I think 2018 is shaping up to be the year of hiking! We’ve been up Mount Wachusett, Mount Greylock, and now we can add Mount Watatic to that list. David suggested we go up to Vermont, but considering the hot weather was on its way, I wanted to keep it close to home and not … Continue reading Hiking Mt. Watatic
I always enjoy these little peeks in to someone's day, so I thought I would make the effort to take pictures throughout the day and let you know what goes on in my life! 4:45AM - My alarm goes off but I always snooze it for another 9 minutes. 5AM - Shower time. Today was … Continue reading A Day in the Life