Blizzard 2016

Blizzard 2016

If you live on the east coast you probably still have piles of snow laying around from winter storm jonas this past weekend. In Lancaster, PA this storm ranked as the second largest snow accumulation according to the Millersville University Weather Information Center. Almost 27″ of white fluffy stuff blanketed the county in a winter wonderland, closing schools for days ... Read More »

2015 Year In Review

2015 Year In Review

The end of the year is a great time to look back and reflect on the memories of your life. My 2015 was a very momentous year, personally and professionally. If you have been keeping up with my blog, then you probably have no idea what has been going on in my life. I’m totally ... Read More »

Thirty Three

Thirty Three

Today marks my thirty third birthday. I woke up and poured myself a cup of joe while thinking that it was long overdue since last updating the site. When every year passes or milestone is reached it is good to look back and truly take in what has happened over that particular span of time. Sometimes ... Read More »

Poconos Trip 2014 – Shohola Falls

Poconos Trip 2014 – Shohola Falls

Back again with another blog post from my past trip to the Poconos. This time I will be featuring an awesome location, Shohola Falls. The falls are easily accessible and there are so many areas to play around with different compositions. The falls begin from a nearby dam and then runs over large boulders but also has ... Read More »

Potomac Conservancy Featured Image

Potomac Conservancy Featured Image

Well hello again! I’m back today to make a quick post to let everyone know some good news! My photo of the Potomac River from the Great Falls National Park will be featured on the homepage of the Potomac Conservancy. The Potomac Conservancy lists their mission as; Potomac Conservancy safeguards the lands and waters of the Potomac River ... Read More »

Poconos Trip 2014 – Bushkill Falls

Poconos Trip 2014 – Bushkill Falls

On the same day I visited George W. Childs Recreation Area and Dingmans Falls the weather cleared up so my parents, my son and I went for a nice walk of Bushkill Falls. We were sad that my wife had to go home early but glad because she would have been doing laps around us through Bushkill. There are ... Read More »

Star Spangled Spectacular Fireworks

Star Spangled Spectacular Fireworks

September 13th, 2014 marked the 200th anniversary of our nations anthem, The Star Spangled Banner. According to History.com: On this day in 1814, Francis Scott Key pens a poem which is later set to music and in 1931 becomes America’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The poem, originally titled “The Defence of Fort McHenry,” was written ... Read More »

Poconos Trip 2014 – Dingmans Falls

Poconos Trip 2014 – Dingmans Falls

The morning I visited George W. Childs Recreation Area was a busy day. I also visited Dingmans Falls afterwards  and later in the day the family and I went to Bushkill Falls. Dingmans Falls has a nice visitors center and the entire trail is handicapped accessible. Besides Dingmans Falls the area is also home to ... Read More »

Poconos Trip 2014 – George W. Childs Recreation Area

Poconos Trip 2014 – George W. Childs Recreation Area

One the third day of our Poconos Trip we were greeted with more rain. I decided on going to George W. Childs Recreation Site. This location is a former Pennsylvania state park and then was taken over by the National Park Service (NPS). The trails are well maintained and the entire area looked like it was really ... Read More »

Poconos Trip 2014 – Raymondskill Falls

Poconos Trip 2014 – Raymondskill Falls

My next adventure during out Poconos vacation was at Raymondskill Falls. These falls are the tallest within Pennsylvania and measure approximately four feet shorter than Niagara. This height can be deceiving though because the falls are broken up into three separate drops.  The first two sections have easily accessible trails and the down hill portions include stairs ... Read More »

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