- Hike around Machu Picchu in Peru
- Narrowly miss the devastating earthquakes in Ecuador
- Hike, kayak, and snorkel with some of the most playful and curious creatures in the Galapagos
- Chill in perfect weather in Atlantic City, New Jersey
- Tour with friends in Rehoboth, Delaware
- Hike Stratton Mountain in search of clues in Vermont
- Incredible Northern Lights chance sighting and relaxing in a thermal pool at Blue Lagoon in Iceland
- Live like locals in Paris
- Learn how to shoot guns instead of photos for the very first time and try out everything from handguns, to AKs, to ARs, to sniper rifles with a well-trained local in Vegas
I'm heading up to Vermont for a few days to meet up with some friends. We heard about the Green Mountain Adventure Challenge, and thought it would be a fun escape from our everyday lives for a bit!
So, we'll take a few days to hike around Vermont, finding clues and solving puzzles! Has anyone ever done anything like this before? Sounded like a unique experience to me!!
Vermont Travel Photograph by Angela Ferguson.
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This past weekend, Dennis and I joined up with friends at Black Ankle Vineyards in Mt. Airy, Maryland. We've stopped by here a number of times over the years since it has the most interesting and inviting tasting room. It was made using only material sourced locally, most of it from the vineyard grounds itself. Their wines are pretty good, too. In fact, they've won a number of awards and are in the process of expanding their vines substantially to keep up with demand.
This trip was the first time we went on their vineyard tour, held Saturdays at 1:00pm. It was enteresting to see how they were planning to expand their wine barrel cellar while keeping their biodynamic farming practices as they continue to bring the new vines into mature wine grapes. Their hope is to be able to be 100% organic in the near future.
Chickens help to limit the bug population on the vineyard grounds.
We always look forward to the joys of the tasting room. The wines, the locally sourced cheeses, such as the Monacacy Ash from Cherry Glen, and our friends, who are choosing to be vegan for Lent, enjoyed olives and a fresh baked bagette.