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Freelance writer and photographer, helping travelers #getoutside while exploring America. Based in #Vermont. @guidingeyes puppy raiser. #travel #camping

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A few favorite golden-hour shots from one of my favorite vacations to date - Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. I may be the first in line when the US-Canada border opens to tourists!

What Could be Better than a Wine and Waterfall Weekend in the Hudson Valley?

Because Minnewaska is only open for day use, we recommend pitching your tent at Robibero Winery in New Palz for the weekend. Let’s explore Minnewaska State Park Preserve and Robibero Winery, both within an hour and a half of New York City! After enjoying Awosting Falls, head back the way you came and hop on the Sunset Carriage Road, and hike another .8 miles to Lake Minnewaska. From the Lake Minnewaska carriage road, you can take either Upper Awosting or the Castle Point carriage Road and hike further up for some really amazing views of the surrounding mountains.

Looking forward to welcoming a huge variety of birds to Vermont. Many are already here!

Why You Need to Explore Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

The old-growth redwoods on the California coast are kings and queens of the forest, and if you’re traveling north through California, your last chance to camp in a primeval forest of ancient redwoods is nine miles east of Crescent City in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Snaking its way through this ancient forest are the crystalline waters of California’s last big wild, free-flowing river-the Smith River, also known by the name Tolowa. ’s wildlife while the river flows by — bald eagles, northern spotted owls, black bear, bobcat, mountain lions, beaver, river otters, black-tailed deer, elk and coyote all make their homes in this locale and frequent the sparkling waters of the Smith River. California State Parks – Visit the Jedediah Smith State Park website to learn more about camping, trails, and interpretive programs.

Happy honeybees! Today was a day of firsts for the year: * Found our first spring flowers. * The dogs had their first swim of the year. * I wore a t-shirt for the first time. * Flynnie got stung by a wasp. 😠

Beautiful Glamping Near Olympic National Park, Washington

Whether you’re visiting Olympic National Park for a weekend getaway or a week of non-stop adventures, glamping near Olympic National Park allows you to explore the park all day and have an immersive outdoor experience at night without sleeping all the ground. glamping tent outside of Port Angeles is famous for its incredible views of both mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Salish Sea. What we love about this Port Angeles glamping tent: The views are beyond compare! This riverfront tiny house in Forks includes all the comforts of home: a fully-equipped kitchen, sleeping for four people on a queen-size bed and a sofa bed, hot showers, an indoor fireplace, washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi.

We took a day trip to @downtownrutland Vermont. It was our first 60-degree day (okay, 59). Spring has sprung. ✨ Head to @vermont_explored for photos of all the amazing outdoor art we found!

Fall in Love with America's Most Romantic National Parks

By February, winter’s clutches are slowly loosening their grip on Arches National Park, and you will find relatively mild, pleasant days, very few people, and tiny wildflowers making a glorious appearance across the canyon. : Beat the National Park Crowds in these Incredible National Forests Paddle Through the Mangroves in Everglades National Park Winter is considered the dry season in Everglades National Park, and it’s a secluded paradise for birders and lovers of wildlife. Winter is actually the busy season in the Everglades, but with more than 1.5 million sprawling acres to explore, it’s pretty easy to find solitude. ’s array of surreal landscapes is otherworldly, and there’s no better time to explore this incredible desert than in the winter.

Road trip tip: Keep a designated blanket (and a camp chair) in your car. * Perfect for cold days of tailgating, impromptu picnics, emergencies, and to make your cute dog look even cuter!

Camping season is almost here! * Outdoor adventures are awesome and will be super popular this summer, so if you haven’t started planning, it’s time!! . This meadow campsite in Vermont can be reserved on @hipcamp and last I checked, there were still plenty of openings through the summer. * This is a great way to find secluded campsites without the summer crowds. Happy adventuring!

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