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Trip Report: Welch-Dickey Loop

I’ve come to the realization recently that despite being a life long New Englander, there are just some things I have somehow not done. For example, I’ve never been to NYC. 718 more words

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Salto Angel

The highest waterfall in the world? It still hasn’t hit me that I’ve claimed such a feat. Yes, it is popular for tourists, but the common tourist, hell no. 1,138 more words

The Fuzzy Ones

There is no doubt that bears get a bad press. Less people have died from bear attacks than car crashes. But still when you are a city gal and find yourself in a remote part of the world with little to zero survival skills those stereotypes do loom large especially when a cigar-sucking local tells you to be, “Careful of the fuzzy ones…!” 1,619 more words

Branching Out

Throwback: I Hiked Up Mount Kinabalu, Sabah!

Long, long post ahead!

Some months back, one of my friends suggested an East Malaysia trip, with the highlight being a hike up Mount Kinabalu. Myself and 5 other people jumped at the opportunity to push our leg muscles to the limit, so along with the fella who made the suggestion, we found ourselves in the city of Kota Kinabalu (henceforth referred to as KK), Sabah, Malaysia on the 19th of August, 2014. 1,290 more words

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Cape Cod, 8/30/14

Took the Bourne Bridge (south side) over the Cape Cod Canal to Mashpee – away from the bustle and traffic and tourist shops on Route 28, this area is just loaded with conservation land. 201 more words

Louisville Hike, Bike & Paddle

The weather in Louisville cooperated  for another successful Hike, Bike and Paddle to promote healthy lifestyles. 

On Memorial Day I focused on the bike portion.  The bike has a new home in Michigan with my nephew Pharrell.  267 more words

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