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This past week has left me feeling like I’m coming out of a fog. The past couple months have been tough, and while things haven’t gotten any better on the job front, I’m not as depressed about it. 132 more words


A Short-term Cure for Gypsy Feet

When you can’t travel and the itch overcomes you, what do you?

I go geocaching!

The last two weeks in my part of Texas, it has been raining almost non-stop, which has caused a little cabin fever for me.  828 more words

Traveling The US

lola gayle reblogged this on Hush, Lola! and commented:

This is something I plan to do one day, when I can get over my fear of outside places. This blog is by my good friend April. She's a seasoned geocaching adventurer and I know that one day she will teach me all the ways of finding the stash. :-)

The Grand Canyon of the East

Letchworth State Park, located south west of Rochester in upstate Western New York, is an easy 1.5-hour drive from the US-Canadian border. This 24-km long park along the winding Genessee River is well worth a visit. 560 more words


Three Excellent Hikes For Memorial Weekend

Three day weekends usually mean more travelers in most outdoor destinations and Mount Shasta is not an exception to this rule. Memorial Weekend is also notable as the traditional kickoff to the summer season, so spirits are high and folks are eager to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. 643 more words

Mount Shasta

5•22 | high five for friday!


my bday was this past weekend.  i spent the actual day alone, but the day before was fun.  i ended up having breakfast tacos with my bff.   284 more words

Personal Life

The Mountains of Dixie National Forest and An Impromptu Afternoon Canyon Hike

In March Tom and I took a drive up into the mountains of Dixie National Forest so he could show me the mountains and point out a few of the hikes we’d be taking when the weather warmed up. 362 more words