About me, Northeastern US, Travels, US National Parks

Westward Bound, part I – Connecticut to Kentucky

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. I hadn’t planned to spend so many years in Connecticut. And I certainly never expected that I’d be sad to leave. Admittedly, I wasn’t sad to leave behind the humidity and the brutal winters and the traffic and the rude drivers (because yes, New England drivers really are… Continue reading Westward Bound, part I – Connecticut to Kentucky

East Coast US, Travels, US National Parks

Sand Dunes and Wild Horses – Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland

I’ve wanted to visit Assateague Island since the day I learned of its existence. I’m not exactly sure why. I’m fairly certain I based my decision on a calendar photo. Something about the combination of wild horses, sand dunes, and the ocean just drew me in. So when I started looking for a halfway point… Continue reading Sand Dunes and Wild Horses – Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland

East Coast US, Travels

Ferry to the First State – Cape May, New Jersey to Lewes, Delaware

Mid-June of 2016 meant only one thing: summer vacation was upon us! As had become an (almost) annual tradition since my move to Connecticut, my mom hopped on a plane and headed east. But unlike previous years, where we traveled north, this year we would be driving south. Our ultimate destination was the Carolinas to… Continue reading Ferry to the First State – Cape May, New Jersey to Lewes, Delaware

East Coast US, Travels, US National Parks

World Capitals: Washington, DC

Welcome to post #2 in my world capitals series, and happy (early) 4th of July to all my American readers! It seems appropriate to celebrate the holiday with stories of my time spent in our nation's capital. You’d think the capital of my home country would’ve been post #1. It was, after all, the first… Continue reading World Capitals: Washington, DC