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Parade of Homes Denver

My amazing mother-in-law is a realtor. As I’m hoping to get into real estate when I hang up my uniform for good, and we both absolutely love home design and renovation, that gives us a lot to talk about…

Summer :: Great Falls Revisited

“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting, and autumn a mosaic of them all.” –Β Stanley Horowitz I’ve used that quote a few times when I’ve talked about the fun of exploring nature through different seasons,…

Exploring the Annapolis Waterfront

We recently met up with friends to explore a little bit of Annapolis, Maryland. It’s only about an hour away from us, but we just hadn’t gotten around to making the trek {I blame the wretched D.C. traffic}. And…

Lobster Rolls

New England is a magical place for food. It truly is. I mean, how can you not love the region of the world that gave us the New England clambake, lobster feasts, the freshest of fresh cod baked on…

11 Unique Things to Do in Boston

As with so many of the places we visit, visiting Boston, Scott and I wished we could stay longer. There’s just never enough time to do all the things you want to do! We managed to tour a lot…

Urban Hiking :: Boston’s Freedom Trail

Boston’s Freedom Trail stretches 2.5 miles through the oldest part of Boston – the waterfront and the North End – and leads you to 16 different historically significant sites. Just by following the line of red brick stretching along…

Boston :: Prudential Tower Skywalk

Prudential Tower’s Skywalk Observatory gives you an amazing 360 degree view of the Boston skyline from a building that once dominated Boston’s skyline – and still does, with a few exceptions. Next to the Hancock Tower, it’s still the…