VIDEO: Adventure Day on Cape Cod

Back in February, Natalie and I set out from her hometown of Plymouth, Massachusetts on an ‘Adventure Day.’ Adventure Days can be best understood as a day with generalized plan, but little or no direction, time constraints, or expectations. Adventure days are governed by non-governance; by chance; by happenstance.  We blow with the wind, drive with the sun, … Continue reading

Blue Hills Reservation: Boston’s Backwoods

The bustling, twisting, paved streets of Boston that wind between tall buildings and through interconnecting suburbs and cities make it hard to believe that there could be any sort of wilderness area left in the region. Having experienced the vast nothingness, yet profoundly somethingness of the Alaskan frontier, the Great Plains, the California Coast, the deserts of … Continue reading

Where We Are in 30 Seconds! – (Shenandoah National Park)

The drive up the east coast was fast-paced. We drove through familiar cities, saw familiar faces, and drove on familiar interstate highways. Nostalgia washed over us as we drove through the rolling Appalachian Mountains, in and through Asheville, and up into Virginia toward Natalie’s old stomping ground of Harrisonburg. Calling these hills mountains seemed like a joke … Continue reading

Finding Fall: Colorado in Pictures

Fall is my favorite season. After a month in the warm, dry heat of the southwest I began to feel a longing for the brisk air and cool scent of drying leaves; the pumpkin and apple-flavored everythings; the wait for first snow. I missed New England, sweaters, wooly socks, and colorful foliage. I knew I couldn’t … Continue reading

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