Tag: Hiking

Slow Summer

I began the day by reading this delightful article On Eating Alone in Paris. There’s something so self-affirming about being alone and not feeling lonely. It’s like telling yourself, “Hey girl, I like spending time with you!” As… Read More

Happy Earth Day – Hiking New Hampshire’s Mt Kearsarge

Last year around this time, we were planning a hike up New Hampshire’s Mt. Kearsarge with our four year old. We visited the nearby¬†McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center as well. Unfortunately, I wasn’t visiting this blog space as often as… Read More

Hiking Owl’s Head in Lake Placid, New York

If you want your holiday to end on a fun note, you got to set aside the last day for a short, scenic hike. With that logic in mind, we checked out of our hotel in Lake Placid… Read More

Hiking Mt Jo in Lake Placid, New York

If you are looking for a short and moderately steep¬†hike, that is also kid-friendly (not dog-friendly unless your dog is secretly a mountain goat), Mount Jo is the place to be. There are two trails, the long and… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – A Walk in the Woods

Pic(k) of the Week – Macedonia Brook State Park

Pic(k) of the Week – Blue Jay Orchard in Bethel, Connecticut

A Recap of the Year 2012

I guess I still have time to do a recap of my travels in 2012, seeing as we are in the first month of the new year. Surprisingly, Newport featured twice in our travels, the first time was… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – Whiteface Mountain

The Adirondacks have made it to the New York Times’ The 46 Places to Go in 2013. Check out the list here.

Best Hike of 2012 – Mount Battie

North of Portland, along U.S. Route 1, is a slice of Maine often overlooked by vacationers on their way to Acadia National Park. Known as the Midcoast region, it is made up of four counties, of which we… Read More