Tag: outdoors

Iceland in the Winter (Do’s and Don’ts) – Part 2

Here it is: Part 2 of my Iceland Adventures. Iceland remains one of the most adventurous places I’ve been to. Its natural beauty is so unique and completely untamed. Head ten miles out of town, and you will find yourself completely alone to explore… Continue Reading “Iceland in the Winter (Do’s and Don’ts) – Part 2”

The Best of Oklahoma: Must Do Summer Stops

While Oklahoma isn’t exactly known for its outdoor adventure opportunities, most people don’t realize that there is actually quite a bit to do around the Sooner State. Last summer, my husband and I took the opportunity to explore as many of Oklahoma’s “hidden gems”… Continue Reading “The Best of Oklahoma: Must Do Summer Stops”

4 Days in Northern Oregon

The idea of going to Oregon had been floating around for a while. My husband visited as a child and absolutely loved it. Since then, he had been adamant about going back, and we finally decided to go last September. With the state being… Continue Reading “4 Days in Northern Oregon”

Colorado: The Best of Rocky Mountain National Park

I’ve been to Colorado quite a bit. It is practically my second home at this point. As such, it only makes sense that I’ve spent a decent amount of time in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). RMNP is just west of Estes Park, Colorado… Continue Reading “Colorado: The Best of Rocky Mountain National Park”

4 Days in Puerto Rico

We chose Fajardo as our vacation spot. Fajardo is a small city of the east coast of Puerto Rico. It is very close to the bioluminescent bay, the marina (if you plan on taking the ferry or a private charter to one of the… Continue Reading “4 Days in Puerto Rico”

Iceland in the Winter (Do’s and Don’ts) – Part 1

Most people don’t think to travel to Iceland in the winter, and I’m not sure why. My guess is that the idea of going to a place with the word “Ice” in the name during the dead of winter doesn’t exactly sound appealing. But… Continue Reading “Iceland in the Winter (Do’s and Don’ts) – Part 1”

Colorado: Your Guide to Durango

Durango is in the south central part of Colorado, about a 6 hours from Denver. It’s just south of the old western mine town of Silverton and Ouray, Colorado (known world-wide for it’s ice climbing and dramatic mountain views). Within driving distance, you can… Continue Reading “Colorado: Your Guide to Durango”

Off The Beaten Path: A Perfect New Mexico Roadtrip

It started with a paper map and a long weekend to kill. I had been obsessed with New Mexico for some time. Something about its large open spaces, with no people or traffic (well, unless you are in one of the few larger NM… Continue Reading “Off The Beaten Path: A Perfect New Mexico Roadtrip”

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