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Looking Glass and John Rock

Looking Glass Summit

Fuiny Bean and I finally made it to Asheville. Our hikes included treks up John Rock and a very fast hike up Looking Glass. We made it to the summit in an hour! For John Rock we took Cat Gap Loop to John Rock. Brittany Surrounded by Mountain-laurel on the way to the summit of […]

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Grandfather – Boone, NC


On April 3rd BG Fuins and I made our way out to Boone, NC to climb Grandfather. Brittany’s birthday hike! We climbed the Profile Trail and even made our way down to a plane wreck on the other side of Calloway Peak. Links- https://www.hikewnc.info/besthikes/grandfather-mountain-state-park/grandfathers-profile Grandfather Mountain Profile Trail: hiking to Calloway Peak I didn’t get […]

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Sodus Point


She was a wrapped in a parachute at the edge of a cliff on her wedding day. Beneath her, clear blue water of Lake Ontario lapped against the silty, sandy shoreline. You could see the green moss clearly layering the rocks below. The day was unseasonably warm. The breeze was cool and the clouds were […]

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“We have our own cabin?” Robert exclaimed. “Haha yeah I guess so, but we only have one bed still,” I responded. “That’s awesome!” So we pulled our bags from the trunk and walked through the small lawn in between two long buildings and pool in the middle of the Adirondack Inn. We had arrived. It […]

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The Fighter’s Corner


“I feel like he’s ineffective,” Brittany turned to me and said. “Wow,” I exclaimed, and I truly couldn’t help reacting with joy. “What? Are you happy that I know something about sports?” she asked, and I was. “Yes, you are absolutely right, it does seem like his punches are ineffective. That Willie Nelson is just […]

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Canada kisses you in small ponds, green trees, tiny cottages, boats, high bridges and little sprinkled islands. The winding waterways of the St. Lawrence and its small boat docks along the winding shore line remind you of a day in a book. It’s my favorite kind of back seat passenger window view. Especially climbing those […]

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I liked how Casey called us Tortugans. It’s what he named the group chat once Alex had added everyone’s names. Tortugans makes it a bit more special, like it was something we were all doing together. The event, called Tortuga, is a country music festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This year marks the 4th year […]

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Bull City

k and B in Durham

It may be transferable, this home, but that’s a fairly new development. Since when did home become portable? Since when did belonging become a circumstance of time? It’s Friday, and it is our first day home. We didn’t plan for it to be home, but it was easily recognizable. It was in the coffee for […]

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Ludlow, VT

okemo image

Okemo Mountain in the March of 2016 will be written about somewhere in the record books. Perhaps not the official record books, but certainly in at least one ski instructor’s version. “Yeah, there’s a guy works the mountain up here that keeps track of the weather and he says this is the warmest winter in […]

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Keegan and Brittany In Charlottesville

Fleeting was the linger of a liquor on our lips. Commingling was not common for cider, beer and liquor. Yet, Yeti cups, I would learn, could accommodate them all, inheriting, while consistent in their constitution. Funny like that, Virginia, she made a craft of several things, including alcohol production. Descend into a trail by way […]

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