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My Favorite Meal in Patagonia:  Lenga Restaurant’s Chilean Chickpeas Pil Pil Recipe
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My Favorite Meal in Patagonia: Lenga Restaurant’s Chilean Chickpeas Pil Pil Recipe

I went into Lenga Restaurant hoping to get in for a late night dinner in Puerto Natales. I didn’t have a reservations, it was 9:30 pm. and I was starving after a 6-hour boat tour to see two glaciers. I went into Lenga with fingers crossed hoping to get a table. I got lucky and … Continue reading

3 Reasons to Visit Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado
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3 Reasons to Visit Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado

Hot Sulphur Springs is one of those tiny towns that’s barely a dot on the map. Historically this Colorado town was significant during stagecoach and railroad travel days. Don’t just drive through this town between Granby and Kremmling. Make a stop to learn a little history, eat some good grub and soak in therapeutic mineral … Continue reading

Winter in the Wasatch: What to do in Park City and Heber City, Utah
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Winter in the Wasatch: What to do in Park City and Heber City, Utah

From world-class alpine skiing to snowshoeing, snow recreation is endless in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains.  Whether you’re going on a ski vacation to Park City or just want to spend a few days in a winter wonderland, the Wasatch Mountains are easy to get to from Salt Lake City with just a 35-minute drive into the … Continue reading

2019 Holiday Gift Guide for the Traveler, Hiker and Adventurer
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2019 Holiday Gift Guide for the Traveler, Hiker and Adventurer

If you’re still searching for a great gift for a traveler or outdoorsy adventurer, here are my picks this holiday season.  I’ve road tested every item and, in some cases, are always in my bag.  I’m sharing my pics for travel fashion, bags and cool go gear.  Most things you can find on Amazon or … Continue reading

A Day in Cuyahoga Valley National Park
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A Day in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

I had no idea there’s a haven of lush forest and a vibrant railroad history paralleling the Cuyahoga River between Cleveland and Akron until I spent a day in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. I knew there are beautiful rolling hills covered with forest near Cleveland, but what I wasn’t expected was beautiful waterfalls, picturesque serene … Continue reading