On March 14, 2017, the northeast was hit by stormageddon – one of the larger snow storms to ever hit the area. Some Connecticut locations had more than two feet of snow and 60 MPH winds. Awesome. The storm left many without power, and thousands of business and schools were closed for two days or more.
So, what do you do when you are snowed in for two days? … More After The Storm – What to Do on a Snow Day in New England
Two weeks ago, we looked at Earle’s bucket list vacations. Here is a list of the top seven trips I want to make some day. All involve a little adventure, beautiful scenery, and tons of fun! From shark diving to mountain climbing, the opportunities are endless. There is so much to discover… … More Travel Bucket List – Breanne’s Top 7 Dream Trips
Travel to Maine and take a ‘Pitt Stop’ for some Yeti sightings, frozen ice princesses, and awesome skiing at Sunday River. And yes, I said yeti sightings! We have been visiting Newry, Maine and skiing at Sunday River for years. However, this isn’t an area just for skiers and riders. We always travel with non-skiers, and there is never a lack of things for everyone to do. Read our top 7 things to do when visiting Sunday River, Maine, and watch our travel vlog! … More 7 Things To Do When Visiting Sunday River, Maine
Take a look at the top seven places Earle hopes to someday travel. The list includes everything from the Alaskan Wilderness to underwater hotels in the Maldives! … More Travel Bucket List – Earle’s Seven Wonders of Wandering
There are few places in New England as beautiful as Vermont. So when deciding where to go for President’s Day Weekend, we chose Windsor, the birthplace of Vermont. Knowing “The Green Mountain State” is a prime destination for holiday weekenders, we chose Windsor since it is one of the less-traveled, easiest to travel to destinations for New Englanders. … More Why Visit Windsor, Vermont?
This year marks a very exciting milestone in our lives. It is the first year we are going to be recording our travels, both in blogs and videos. We have been traveling our whole lives and cannot believe it has taken us this long to transpose our experiences into something tangible! Every weekend we are on the go, finding pleasure in experiencing everything we are capable of reaching. So outside of our regular weekend ventures, these are the following places on our more extravagant 2017 travel agenda. … More 2017 Travel List – Where Will We Go?
For travelers looking for a European vacation, but don’t want to deal with serious jet lag or a cramped, transatlantic flight, Quebec City is a wonderful alternative! If you live in New England, it is probably easiest to drive as there are no direct flights from local airports. … More Europe in North America: Quebec City & Mont Sainte-Anne
When people think about visiting Germany, cities like Berlin and Munich come to mind. However, traveling to the Black Forest, or Schwarzwald, was a bucket-list destination for Breanne. Being an avid fairy-tale reader, she had to check out what inspired the Grimm Brother’s magical, dark fantasy tales. … More The “Grimm” Black Forest: Gengenbach, Germany
Seeing the German Alps has always been a dream of ours. We therefore decided to stay in the Bavarian village of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a rustic ski town on the border of Austria. We rented a car and drove from Gengenbach, Germany, which took about 4-5 hours on the autobahn – which was a harrowing experience to say the least, but a must-do. … More The Bavarian Dream: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Zugspitze & Füssen
New Year’s Eve is perhaps the largest, global celebration in the world. Most people either visit New York City to watch the ball drop or head to London to hear the chiming bells of Big Ben. Therefore, we decided to go to Switzerland. Why not?
… More New Year’s Eve in Zurich, Switzerland!