Hiking is typically considered a fun summer or early fall thing to do. But I disagree. Some of the most beautiful landscapes I’ve ever seen have been ones covered with snow. If you’re prepared, hiking in the winter can be just as grand if not grander than the hikes that you take when it’s warm out.
Review of the Hopper App
I’ve only been out of college for a year and half, so you could say I’m not exactly rolling in dough. However, I do make enough to support myself and my passion for exploration… but just barely. With that being said, I’m penny pinching the majority of the time and am constantly looking for ways to save on travel. One such way that I’ve been able to do so is with the Hopper app.
Road Trip Binge Worthy True Crime Podcasts
Whether you’re flying, driving across the country, or taking an overnight train ride, podcasts are a great way to stay entertained and help the time pass if your trip is especially long. I listen to many different true crime podcasts but the ten on this page are exceptionally great for binging on your next trip.
Hometown Tuesday: Review of Luke’s Lobster
The first time I ever ate a lobster roll was when I traveled to Cape Cod in the fall of 2014. The first time I ever enjoyed a lobster roll (and dreamt about it for days afterward) was when I visited Luke’s Lobster in Rittenhouse Square a few weeks ago.
7 Things I Always Have in My Carry-On
Wherever I go, I take my trusty Jansport backpack as my carry-on. In this pin-covered bag, I hold plenty of things. Sometimes it’s the latest book for my book club, sometimes it’s a sweatshirt and a can of Starbucks espresso. Often times it’s just my laptop for blogging or working remotely. In addition to these sometimes items, I keep these seven essentials in there no matter where I go.
Your Guide In and Around San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California - a city both old and new. The area where San Francisco is currently situated was, according archeological evidence, 3000 BC by the Yelamu group of the Ohlone people until Spanish explorers arrived in 1769. The area is under Spanish rule for nearly 80 years until the area is claimed for the United States in 1846. The Gold Rush, beginning in 1848, drew people from all over America which grew the population from a mere 1,000 to 25,000 in just one year.