Tag: travel

Hiking Coronado National Forest
Arizona, Photo Highlight

Hiking Coronado National Forest

Moving to Arizona Moving all the way to Arizona is a scary thing to do. It was completely spontaneous. The entire five-day drive out here was spent searching for a city and an apartment. One of the toughest things about moving to from the east coast to the desert was […]

How to Not Tour an Island During a Hurricane
Mexico

How to Not Tour an Island During a Hurricane

Isla Mujeres The Island of Women. Fifteen minutes by ferry from Cancun and you’re there. It’s rumored to be one of the most beautiful spots in the Caribbean Sea. While this small Caribbean island is truly beautiful, it’s also one of the places that I’ve experienced true fear while traveling. The […]

A Quick Guide to the History of Salisbury, England
England, Europe Travel

A Quick Guide to the History of Salisbury, England

The moment I sunk into the warm mismatched chairs at The Haunch of Venison, I knew that Salisbury was a special place. Sitting down for a hearty meal of soup, bread, and beer in a city so old makes modern problems seem trivial. My thoughts were not on myself, but rather […]

How the Wood Stork Made My Day
Nature Lovers

How the Wood Stork Made My Day

The most rewarding experiences are ofen the least expected. Throughout my travels I find that I am repeatedly being drawn to nature. Although his blog started out with a history focus, the natural wold is becoming a significant theme. Encounters like the one I had with a wood stork make […]

6 Amazing Reasons Why Eloping is Awesome
Couple's Travel, Virginia

6 Amazing Reasons Why Eloping is Awesome

Thanksgiving and Christmas have always been my favorite holidays. Now we have one more reason to celebrate. While everyone else is out Black Friday shopping, we’re celebrating a quiet first anniversary at home. One year ago today I married the love of my life at Holladay House bed and breakfast in […]

What Happens When You Unplug and Connect With Nature
Arizona, Mexico, Nature Lovers, Virginia

What Happens When You Unplug and Connect With Nature

We’re all connected 24/7. Selfies, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, Blogging, getting just the right angle, taking the perfect photo, documenting and recording everything. Why? Likes and shares? Even with all that connectivity, something’s missing isn’t it? It still feels like we’re disconnected. How can that be? Because we’re not […]