Category: Hiking

Memorial Day

Arlington National Cemetery Poems As we stand here looking At the flags upon these graves Know these flags represent A few of the true American brave They fought for their Country As man has through all of time Except that these soldiers lying here Fought for your country and mine As we all are gathered…

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Pup on the AT

So far living here in Pennsylvania has been a love/hate relationship (have I mentioned that before?)  After days of unseasonably cool weather, Mother Nature decided to go from winter mode to summer mode overnight.  For two days, we saw temps close to 90 degrees. And my white legs made an appearance for those two days. …

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Visiting the Colonel

I hate winter.  A lot. So both my husband & I make ourselves get out of the house and go for hikes, even if we have to wear everything in our closets so we don’t freeze our buns off. This is what happens when you live in warm climates for 7 years, then decide to…

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Sun’s out, pup’s out

This winter has dragged forever here in Central Pennsylvania and Aaron & I were itching to go for a hike.  With the addition of our rescue pup, Tanner, to our little family back in February, we hadn’t really been anywhere to hike in the past two months.  With Tanner able to go on walks longer…

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Rusted Honey

Poetry, haiku, tanka, and micropoetry

The Darkest Tunnel

Find yourself in the Chaos

Streaming thru America

Finding and reporting what's special across America


Studio visits and artist insights