Monthly Archives: September 2014

A New Englander in NC: Sunrise Beach Walks

I’m an early riser. At home, I’m up long before sunrise and have exercised, walked the dog, showered, and eaten breakfast before anyone else has stirred. Turns out, I can’t shut off my internal alarm clock, not even on vacation. … Continue reading

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A Midweek Mountain Biking Trip to Kingdom Trails

A few weeks ago, we headed up to Kingdom Trails in Vermont for two days of riding and one night of camping. We chose midweek days mostly because dogs are only allowed on the trails then and we really wanted … Continue reading

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The End of a Great Summer

As I was driving home from a work trip this week, I was reflecting on the past few months. Summer of 2014, thanks for being so good to us. We have gone on so many weekend trips, seen tons of … Continue reading

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An Autumn Stroll in the Apple Orchard

I’m ignoring the calendar and saying it is officially fall. It was in the 30s several mornings in a row and I had to break out my gloves for the first time this year on a morning dog walk. Gloves … Continue reading

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A New Englander in NYC: Eataly

If you have some spare time in NYC and like Italian food, you should visit Eataly. It’s a magical combination of a marketplace and seven different restaurants. Everything is organized into different sections of Italian foods- pasta (fresh, dried, pasta … Continue reading

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