Author: Laci

Belize: Half Moon Caye Natural Monument

The day we dove the Blue Hole was a long one but in addition to breakfast they also included lunch and we got to eat and visit the beautiful Half Moon Caye. The caye is surrounded by the Lighthouse Reef – which we got to dive earlier in the day but more on that next

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Paperback Perils: The Age of Light

Title: The Age of LightAuthor: Whitney ScharerPublication Date: 2019Publishing House: Little, Brown and Company The Age of Light was a choice for the February 2019 Book of the Month. Something about this book really spoke to me but my to read list is so long that I decided to skip that month and then thought

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Weekend Wanderings: GrapeFest 2019

It has been a while since I have been to a street festival and one of my favorite ones is finally here! I really like GrapeFest because it gives me the chance to try wines that I wouldn’t typically buy along with wondering the festival and listening to a variety of live music. This year

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Foodie Friday: Pineapple Radish Salsa

Hot summers require lighter dishes and I decided to try something different. Last year I made a mango radish salsa that was fantastic but I wanted to change things up a bit. Ingredients: 1 full pineapple – diced 1 bunch radish – thin sliced 1/4 bunch cilantro – roughly chopped 1 – 2 jalapenos –

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Belize: Blue Hole Natural Monument

There are a variety of items on all adventures’ bucket lists and for a diver having gotten a chance to dive the second largest barrier reef in the world was defiantly an item checked off the list. Getting to dive the Blue Hole the next day was icing on the cake and another great bucket

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Belize: Hol Chan Night Dive

Night dives are neat because you get the opportunity to see wildlife that you typically wouldn’t see during the day – mainly predators. We have done very few night dives and jumped on the chance to do this one with Belize Pro Dive. This night dive was in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. It costs

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Fall Means Football

I’m not the biggest sports fan and I have issues with football because I swear some people treat it like a religion and let their emotions be ruled by how their team plays from week to week. That being said, I some how was talked into joining my alumni fantasy football league with Keltin and

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Hiking Horseshoe Trail – Lake Grapevine

Keltin and I love to get out on the trail and taking Bear out to explore. We also love finding local trails and recently discovered Horseshoe Trail just a few miles from our place. This is a fairly busy hiking and biking trail that gives you plenty of shade and occasional views of the lake.

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Belize: Chocolate Boutique

Yes, a chocolate boutique, you read that right. Visiting the Belize Chocolate Company was kind of impromptu. We were exhausted but didn’t want to waste a minute of our time on the island. Our adventure with the Belize Chocolate Company actually started two days before at Blue Water Grill. After we were stuffed instead of

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