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Fun and Adventure in Denver

In United States by Katelyn2 Comments

Often overlooked as just the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Denver is a city worth staying in for a few days for some outdoor adventure. It’s best to visit in September, once most tourists have left but the city still holds onto summer weather with a few autumnal shades starting to appear. Once you’ve arranged your accommodation at one of the …

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Maine Day Hike: Jockey Cap

In Hiking, Maine by Katelyn1 Comment

Looking for a quick hike with rewarding views? Look no further than Jockey Cap in Fryebrug, Maine. You might break a brief sweat for the 15 minutes it takes to hike to the top of this “mountain.” Despite being vertically challenged, Jockey Cap certainly wins in views over the surrounding Fryeburg area and the White Mountains. Jockey Cap rises a whooping …

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Maine Day Hikes: Sabattus Mountain

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Sabattus Mountain is nestled in the small western Maine town of Lovell. It’s a bit of a drive from Portland, but if you pair the hike with another mountain in the region it is well worth the 90 minute drive from Portland as the views are some of the best in the area. Sabattus Mountain is located on Sabattus Trail Road, …

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The Complete Guide to Hiking Pleasant Mountain (Maine)

In Hiking, Maine, Portland by Katelyn17 Comments

Maine is a magical place. We have thousands of miles of rocky coastline interrupted with long sandy beaches spotted with colorful umbrellas and beach towels. We have more seafood then you can stuff your face with and don’t get me started about our lobster! Portland has been repeatedly called one of America’s best small cities and you can’t leave Maine …

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Maine Day Hikes: Burnt Meadow Mountain

In Adventure, Hiking, Maine by Katelyn4 Comments

Hallelujah! Spring has finally arrived after one of the longest, coldest, and snowiest winters that I can remember in a long time. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been itching to hit the trails for a while. Most weekends have been filled with running around doing nine thousand things, but this weekend I had a lot of free time so I threw my …

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What I Learned From My First Travel Blogger Conference: Women in Travel Summit 2015

In Blogging, Boston, New England, Personal Development, Travel, Travel Blogging by Katelyn11 Comments

Have you ever been to a party where you knew no one? Okay, maybe you know a few people through Instagram and Facebook, but essentially you’re going on a blind date. If you’re an introvert like me, it’s scary, intimidating, and exciting all at the same time. Walking around a party with a wine glass in one hand while trying …

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HI NYC Hostel Review

In Hostel Reviews, New York, Travel, United States by Katelyn1 Comment

New York City is known for its famous and expensive hotels. A trip to NYC, even a 48 hour stay, can set you back hundreds of dollars. But, did you know there are other options? There are thousands of NYC-area Courchsurfing hosts to choose from that will cost you nothing (although I’m a big fan of gifts for hosts). Airbnb …