Solo Hiking

Hawk Falls I set out to Hawk Falls, while the rest of the group played paintball.  I ventured into the woods a little apprehensive because this was my first solo hike.  I wandered around the meandering trail lined with rhododendrons and discovered a beautiful naturally made 25 foot waterfall at the end of the trail. […]

Tibbet Knob, George Washington National Forest

After spending the previous day exploring Harpers Ferry and the surrounding area’s Civil War past, we checked into a B&B in Winchester, VA.  In a change of pace, we wanted to explore the small towns of Shenandoah Valley and hike in this portion of the Appalachian Mountain.  30 minutes down Route 11 we made to Strasburg. Route 11 in Strasburg turns right into the downtown.  We stopped […]

Watkins Glen, NY

a photo of our silhouettes kissing in front of Seneca Lake and a setting sun

We decided to take a trip to the Finger Lakes, New Yorks famed wine country.  The drive up was long and melodic as we drove through hundreds of miles of rolling hills, farm land, and vast countryside.  It was a drizzly day as strong storms had moved through New York; a glimpse into the 2012 Hurricane season. […]