The Great Lakes are the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world – so big they’re sometimes referred to as “inland seas”! They’re home to remarkable national parks, wildlife preserves, pristine waters, beautiful beaches, and all the outdoor activities that go along with those.
Think of Yosemite National Park and images of its iconic waterfalls may come to mind. But have you heard of Yosemite’s Firefalls? Turns out there were two. A manmade version that started in 1872 and lasted for almost 100 years, and today’s much loved version courtesy of Mother Nature.…
Solstice offers us the gift of mark-making. Of pause. Of reflection. And intention. A time when we can work to quiet the roar of all that is swirling around us, and focus on this unique opportunity in time and space.
There are so many things to love about the summer months. Long days, sunshine, Great Places, weekends. And – Ice Cream !!!! Remembering the sound of the neighborhood ice cream truck still makes me smile. At 4102 Monroe Street, we thought we hit the jackpot when buying a PushUp…
If you’re going to be spending time outdoors this summer – hiking, camping, backpacking, climbing, cycling, kayaking, the list goes on and on – it’s a very good idea to learn how to read the clouds so you can learn which clouds are harbingers of storms.
Acadia National Park boasts amazing geological diversity, over 100 miles of hiking trails, and a rich history deserving of one of our national treasures!
Seasonal pilgrimage has roots going back over a century now. A notable group of early pioneers – some of the original “seasonal workers” – were leaving their homes and traveling across the county for seasonal jobs starting in 1880 for the Fred Harvey Company.