We didn’t have to go too far to find some beautiful Fall leaves this year! This year, I found these beauties (in the collage photo below,) in my hometown of New Hartford, NY. But, to share my collection of gorgeous fall foliage, here are photos from Portland, ME, Boston, MA, Inlet, NY, Nelson Lake, NY, … More Peep THIS!
I’ve written a post about Cooperstown before, but when my Aunt from Dallas came to visit, we took a little trip out to the town to visit some attractions there. We first decided to stop at the historic and haunted Hyde Hall. The Hall has so much history, I loved soaking it all in. The … More Cooperstown Part Deux
So, I’ve had a huge obsession with the band, Hanson (yes, as in MMMBOP…they have made 7 other albums since that and they aren’t like MMMBOP at all!) since I was, oh, 8 years old. My amazing boyfriend sneakily found tickets to their concert in Huntington, NY (down in Long Island) over Labor Day weekend. … More My Surprise Trip to Huntington, NY
Almost a year ago, my boyfriend and I decided to take the trek out to Niagara Falls, Ontario/USA since we had both never been even though it’s only a 3-hour drive from where we live. We stayed on the Canadian side, as they have much better views of the falls, and overall is a bit … More Niagara Falls: The Honeymoon Capital of the World
Nestled on the shores of Cazenovia Lake is the town of Cazenovia, NY. Before Halloween, my boyfriend and I took a little road trip to Critz Farms in Cazenovia, NY. Founded in 1793 by John Lincklaen, who built the Lorenzo mansion at the south end of the lake (which I still have yet to see,) … More Cazenovia: The Best Kept Secret
Since the Adirondacks are are so close to my hometown, we travel quite a lot to the region for a quick trip when we need to get away and relax. Over the summer, my boyfriend and I climbed Blue Mountain in Blue Mountain Lake, NY. The region is beautiful, as is all of the Adirondack … More Go Wild: The Adirondacks
Close your eyes and place yourself here: it’s summer; you’re sitting on a boat, listening to the lake water (clean enough to drink, it’s been tested,) lap against the boat, blue, cloudless skies, a warm 85 degrees, no cell service, and your favorite music softly playing on the portable speakers next to your picnic lunch. Sounds … More The Truest Form of Relaxation: A Weekend in Indian Lake