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Christmas in the Capital Region thumbnail

Confession: I love the holidays. The music, the cookies, the ornaments, the cookies, the crafting opportunities, the cookies… you get it. Okay, maybe the confession is that I like Christmas cookies. Anyway, I also like any excuse to get out, celebrate, and love where you live. This was my first stateside Christmas since 2014 and I…

Setting Intentions for 2019 thumbnail

I read the usual deluge of 2018 kiss off posts streaming across my screens recently with a great sense of envy. Not because of the exotic places my friends were writing them from, or the amazing achievements they listed… but because of the sense of finality they all seemed to share. Whether 2018 was kind or…

My Eight Diving Highlights of 2018 thumbnail

This post is brought to you by PADI. The end of the year is always a time of reflection and taking stock. I have to admit, there are years when I look back and think, whoa, twelve months flew by so quickly! With so many passions, goals and priorities in my travels it can be hard to…

The Wanderland Dive Guide to the Florida Keys thumbnail

  ­This post is brought to you by PADI and The Florida Keys & Key West. As a scuba addict with a US passport, I recently noted an almost embarrassing omission from my dive log: the one, the only, Florida Keys. The 120-mile stretch of islands is home to the only living coral reef in the…

The Great Escape: Month 69 Roundup thumbnail

Time to dive back into roundups! Since I’m working my way through my black hole of content from September of 2016 to April of 2017, that means we’ve got roundups to catch up on as well. This post covers into March of 2017. Apologies for the delay, but I suppose better is late than never… right? And to…

Scuba Diving in Eilat, Israel’s Gulf of Aqaba thumbnail

As soon as I knew I was going to Israel, I knew I was going diving. Why? Because where there is water, that’s what I do. What I didn’t realize, at the time, is how many unique and salty dive experiences Israel had to offer. All that in time. I’d start where most divers in Israel…

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