Go Outdoors! We enjoy recreational activities outside, including camping and boating. We talk about people, places, and things that we encounter in our time outdoors.
Kneeling in the weeds in what would become Muncy Heritage Park and Nature Trail, Bill Poulton brushed aside debris. He knew the old well was near the defunct canal, but after decades of neglect, tiger lilies, poison ivy and oak trees had overgrown the small patch of land. He pounded an iron bar into
I am not a botanist, but I enjoy spending time at Botanical Gardens. These gardens can take many forms, but the specimens are usually suited to the particular climates found in the state. According to Wikipedia, the inception of botanical gardens is linked to the history of botany, and most 16th and 17th-century scientific
Our first introduction to Little Buffalo was the Blue Balls Tavern across the street. Wonder how many photos have been taken of that sign?
Kayaking on Hills Creek State Park is a wonderful way to spend the afternoon, even if you’re not camping at the spectacular park.
We enjoyed finding our first geocache on our first camping outing. Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor adventure that is happening all the time, all around the world. To play, participants use the Geocaching app and/or a GPS device to navigate to cleverly hidden containers called geocaches. Try geocaching at Little Pine State Park.
Our first outing for the 2012 camping season was Little Pine State Park in Pennsylvania.
Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness I thwarted my husband’s vacation plans. Days before he purchased tickets for a Caribbean cruise, I suggested Scotland. In the blink of an eye, I wasted months he spent researching itineraries. Gone were his plans to lounge poolside on the lido deck, dine on all-he-could-eat buffets and