Although I love to travel the big wide globe, the United States also has plenty of diversity to offer. If you travel from city to city and into our beautiful parks and rural areas, you will soon learn that each region of the country has its own culture, food, dialect, vibe, and attitude. Hope you enjoy some sites from my home country! Jump to: Pennsylvania, Arizona, Maine
Hard to believe, but Franklin — a tiny town in western Pennsylvania — was the epicenter of international events on multiple occasions throughout history. French and British monarchies fought over this territory in the 1700s. Then the oil boom in the 1800s began here, forever changing history. This post gives visitors a quick history lesson…
A stroll through Franklin in Venango County, just north of Pittsburgh, PA is a leap back to an era when men wore top hats and women bustled about in ruffled skirts. It’s a place for outdoor lovers, shop-a-holics, antique collectors, and foodies. Please indulge me, as a I show you some of my hometown’s highlights. Franklin will steal your heart!
My attempt at creative fictional writing, inspired by my hometown of Franklin, Pennsylvania.
Acadia makes up for its small size by offering visitors an unparalleled breadth of experiences for any age in near-perfect weather. Hiking, biking, running, kayaking, whale-watching, and lobster eating…what’s not to love??
For the jaded hiker weary of monotonous walks through unchanging woods, the Eastern Traverse puts the spark back into trekking. This hike is memorable for the diversity of landscapes and terrain you will encounter over an 11-mile stretch of Acadia National Park in Maine.