Farm Life, Then & Now

Posted by on Sep 27, 2016 in Parks and Recreation, States | 0 comments

Farm Life, Then & Now

It might seem a little strange to be writing about farms on a travel blog, but I did travel nearly an hour to get to them! How our food is raised, the traditions surrounding the raising of crops and livestock, and the bond of farmer to animal, crop, and consumer are also something I have a deep interest in and seek out to some degree on my travels near and far.

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Meeting the Family

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in Meli | 0 comments

Meeting the Family

It’s been a little while but typing with paws is tricky so I tend to avoid it when I can use them to gnaw on a stick instead! Mom and Dad keep taking the sticks away from me though so here I am.

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Staycation in Ohio

Posted by on Sep 13, 2016 in Food and Drink, Parks and Recreation, States | 0 comments

Staycation in Ohio

As much as I love to travel the country and the world (and long to move to a warmer climate) there are so many different things to enjoy in Ohio. It is beyond time for the flyover mentality to be extinguished. Ohio has everything from lakes and rivers to mountains and prairie land to the 15th largest city in the country and tiny towns of less than 1000.

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NeatPack Review

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in Tips | 0 comments

NeatPack Review

Serendipity is a beautiful thing. I happened to be in the market for a new toiletry travel bag when I came across NeatPack and learned they were looking for brand ambassadors. They sent me their compact hanging toiletry bag just in time for me to take it for a spin this past holiday weekend!

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Redemption!

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 in National Parks, Parks and Recreation | 0 comments

Redemption!

What better day to take steps towards redeeming myself for neglecting my nearest National Park than the National Park Services’ 100th Birthday?! On our last trip to Cuyahoga National Park, if I’m honest, I felt like we had hit all of the high points and there wasn’t any rush to get back. As nice as the idea was to revisit and explore, I just didn’t have a sense of urgency. That was horribly wrong of me!

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