On Being Home: An Apology

"As a traveler I am both appalled and disturbed that his words are being broadcast into the world and that this is what Americans are being presented as."

Things to do in Boston: Scooper Bowl and The Boston Harbor

Wednesday night, I had the opportunity to partake in a Uniquely Boston Event- The Scooper Bowl, and recall how lucky I am to live in a city like Boston. The Scooper Bowl is a unique fundraiser put on by The Jimmie Fund. There is live music, tons of people, and best of all: all you … Continue reading Things to do in Boston: Scooper Bowl and The Boston Harbor

The Eight Hour Car Ride Back OR how we ended up at Foulmouthed Brewery: Portland ME

Nature is beautiful. It's wonderful. Nothing beats being up in the mountains with no cell phone access. Life is just completely different when technology is unavailable, and, it is a great kind of different! But, the real test is getting back to Providence (and/or Boston) without a GPS. It's strange for us Millenials, no? I … Continue reading The Eight Hour Car Ride Back OR how we ended up at Foulmouthed Brewery: Portland ME

Staying in The Forks ME: Northern Outdoors

In addition to rafting, I also got to enjoy the accommodation included in the price for the rafting. I already discussed the concept of a cabin-tent; it truly was wonderful! It felt exactly like adult summer camp, which was exactly what I wanted for this trip. Additionally, there were other available campsites where adventurers could … Continue reading Staying in The Forks ME: Northern Outdoors

Experience White Water Rafting: The Kennebec River

"....being in the raft with no electronics or distractions provides everyone aboard with a genuine opportunity to reflect and connect: and, this is probably the most valuable part of the entire trip."