Month: July 2015

A Boozy Return to Lancaster

After relocating back to my native NEPA last September, I’ve basically been plotting my return to Lancaster. I had several botched attempts, but just one week ago finally made it back. I was super psyched, and even started putting together this post a week before I was set to go, finding links of the new

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DIY Projects: Life Size Jenga

You know how you know you’re old? You willingly spend Saturday afternoons willingly doing DIY projects and enjoying every second of it. I spent this past 4th of July weekend on a roadtrip to Portland Maine. One bar ended up spending a lot of time in, in Portland’s Old Town district, was Oasis. Now if

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A Weekend at Firefly

  It really pains me to say this, but I fear that,¬† I’ve discovered that I simply may not be a music festival person. I’d never been to a music festival. I planned on attending¬†the 2015 Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware this past June, and had grandiose plans of returning a music festival convert,

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Waterfall Rappelling at the Delaware Water Gap

I’ve figured out the best strategy for gift buying: purchase a gift card for an activity that you’d like to do, and then gift it to whomever is entitled gifts for whatever occasion, promising them that you’ll be there at their side when they want to redeem it. Foolproof. This is both a short look

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Boozing in Binghamton

I used to describe Binghamton, New York, as the only place more depressing then Scranton. I’m not sure that’s true anymore, first off because it’s been proven that Scranton IS the happiest place on Earth, and secondly because Binghamton is not so shabby itself. Binghamton’s only about a forty minute drive from where I live

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