As much as I love Maine, I also love taking off for adventures to far off places. I often travel solo so I can wander off to explore the unbeaten path and dive into the local culture. I am on my last few months of my “Great Escape,” an epic 18-month journey across the globe.Every time I leave for a new adventure, I always consider not returning home. There is so much to see and do on this planet! I just hope that I have enough time to enjoy all that I can. Everyone always asks if I’ll return to the good ole’ U.S. of A. after my adventures Down Under, and I have since returned to Maine to set down some roots while still exploring the world.
Maine is an amazing place and I can’t wait to explore more of my home state although I still love traveling abroad. I’m traveling to experience new cultures, foods, histories, and to find epic off-the-beaten-path adventures. Who knows where the world will take me!
Along with my stories and photos, you’ll probably see my two trusty sidekicks: Wally the Wandering Lobster and Reagan. Wally the Wandering Lobster is my stuffed lobster that joins me on most of my travels. He serves as a small piece of Maine and reminds me of where I was born and raised. He also loves getting his photo taken in random places along the way. Make sure you follow my Instagram account to see more photos of Wally the Wandering Lobster.
My main sidekick is Reagan, my Australian Shepherd mix dog that I rescued from a high kill shelter down in the Carolinas. Just like her momma she loves the outdoors and is my primary hiking buddy as I explore the woods of northern New England. You can often see us having swimming races in the lake during the summer months.
I have a Master’s in Public Health and a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry. Today, I work as a healthcare consultant and a freelance writer. Check out my Work With Me page for more information on my writing services.
Travel has changed my life and I know it can change yours as well. ~Katelyn
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