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Postcards from Poconos

In the beginning of May, I was able to visit my mom for Mother’s Day, and my sister and I planned a Poconos hiking trip for her, because she loves nature (and she doesn’t do ANY exercise, so we told her that if she wanted to travel with us in the future, she will have to build some strength because my sister and I LOVE hiking, trekking, climbing, any outdoor sports or hardcore activities!) 221 more words

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I recently took a get away weekend to the Poconos. As a city guy, I’ve not always appreciated the suburbs or the country, but now as I’m older I’ve grown to appreciate a slower pace and a quieter lifestyle. 350 more words

Think, Sip, Write: Episode 2 - Jim Thorpe, PA

Episode 2 focuses on the town of Jim Thorpe, PA. It is where I chose my first setting for my novels, and also the town that inspired my writing career. 15 more words

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Wordless Wednesday ~ Riding the Storm

Hawks over the Pocono Mountains, and an approaching storm.  At times there were 5-6 hawks in a group.  These two always seemed to stay together. 6 more words

Night Owl Poetry

A Sight Seeing Tour - High Point State Park

At the peak is the High Point Monument, a 220-foot (67 m) obelisk, built in 1930 as a war memorial.

The part of the Delaware River, seen here on its journey, divides Pennsylvania & New York… 123 more words

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Hiking to Glen Onoko Falls

Spring in the northeast is unpredictable, and when I moved home in February, I was taking the risk that I’d be facing another 1-2 months of potential snow storms.   527 more words

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