Exploring Possibilities

I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list

January 22, 2019

Consider this a bit of a follow up to my last post (10 of the Most Unusual Accommodations I've Slept in Around the World in 2018) and hopefully a post I'll create annually... I was inspired by the fact 2018 was an epic year of travel and adventure for me while 2019 is starting out ROUGH. I mean, government shutdown anyone? Patriots are going to the Super Bowl, again. Oh, not to mention the fact I'm currently ON STRIKE. Perhaps rough is a bit of an understatement. The good news is, it can only get better from here and, in the meantime, I'll be reminiscing in 2018's greatness - Here are my 18 Highlights from 2018!

2018: A Year in Review

White Sands/Guadalupe Mountains/Carlsbad Caverns/Big Bend National Parks – January

I started 2018 off with an absolutely epic trip to four sites in th...

May 23, 2018

Trip Dates: Friday, January 12th, 2018 – Monday, January 15th, 2018 (Thankful for MLK Jr. Day)

It's no secret that I'm on a quest to visit every National Park in the United States. And, fun fact, there are "National Park People." I met one of these people last summer when I was on a solo road trip through Arizona and Utah. It all started when I hiked the Subway trail (not the sandwich shop) in Zion National Park and this kind soul asked me if I wanted my picture taken since I was alone. The answer to that question is nearly always a resounding yes; the struggles I've gone through to get a good photo while solo are pure comedy. Anyways, Christa and I maintained contact even though she lives in Houston with her husband. She joined us for the Trans-Catalina Trail back in November and accompani...

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