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Introduction: Visiting Wimberley

Keltin and I love the Texas Hill Country and we had this trip pre-planned before the pandemic. Yes, we still went on our vacation but we defiantly changed how we traveled. Pre-pandemic we were quite spontaneous when traveling, just trying new things as we came across them but going in to this trip we knew

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Italy: Street Artists

One of the things that I loved about Florence and Italy in general was the street artists. You can find them by following the music or the laughter. In addition to the performers and musicians there are painters and other artisans selling their work in the piazzas. I spent more money than I want to

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Writing for Others

I can’t do much for others with the current pandemic but I can write and I hope that my words can bring some measure of comfort. On that note, I’ve actually written a short blog post for the outdoor gear company Hiker Hunger to help get us through these turbulent times. If you are curious

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Hiking Eisenhower State Park

Like I said in my original post about Eisenhower State Park, we didn’t get to do nearly as much hiking as we would have liked due to the trails being super muddy but we did get a bit in and the trails over looking the lake are gorgeous! The non-muddy portions of the trail were

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Close to Home: Introduction

Grapevine, TX

I really started this series last week but since then I have actually visited the local Visitor Center and figured than an introduction was in order. I hope these posts inspire you to find those place that are interesting and just around the corner. Place that you wonder past on a walk with the dog

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Looking Out the Front Door

My recent trip to Kansas and exploring the history available right down the road made me wonder what I was missing out my own front door. What spots of history do I drive past without a second glance? It turns out that there is a decent bit that I have been missing. One of these

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Kansas: Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park

In October of 2019 a new state park opened in Kansas: Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park. I knew that we would be going to Kansas in later December and this new park was top on my list of places to visit. The day we had the chance to visit was so very windy. In theory

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Kansas: Flat Mountain Brewhouse

Keltin and I visited his family in Kansas for New Years and in the time there decided to have a few adventures. One of those was stopping by Flat Mountain Brewhouse for lunch and some tasty brews. The flight: Old Chicano Mexican Lager – Nice lighter beer, golden in color. Full of flavor with mild

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