Two years ago my brother, and two college buddies took a weekend trip to Pittsburgh. At that point, It’d just been to Pittsburgh for the first time a few months prior and had been singing the city’s praises. We wanted to see somewhere new and had a weekend full of activities planned. On Saturday we went ATVing
Category: South/Central PA
I’ve always wanted to try windsurfing. I think it’s because I always had ambitions of trying to actually surf but my brother has transferred his somewhat irrational fear of Jaws on to me which wouldn’t ever allow me to feel comfortable floating in the ocean (that and Shark Week really messed with me this year). Windsurfing
I spent this 90 degree Memorial Day at Marsh Creek Paddle Boarding; it’s becoming my new addiction. We paddled for three hours, at least one full one being spent lounging in the middle of the lake. My friend’s girlfriend informed us that “paddle boarding yoga” is now a thing. We attempted a few yoga poses (none
Last week I paid for the majority of my Ireland trip. It left a pretty devastating hole in my bank account I’ve been trying not to look at. I decided I should probably put in my head that my four day Memorial Day weekend would have to be cheap; I even considered using it as a work weekend.
I absolutely love the summer, but don’t do well with extreme heat, and was lucky enough to spend my summers growing up (and parts of my subsequential adult summers) in Northeast PA. I was also privy to a newer home that doesn’t overheat, a backyard swimming pool, and plenty of friends with pools and lakes of their own.
Those of you who know me know that I’m far from a connoisseur of beer. Coorslight is my default bar beer, I venture to Bud Light Lime during summer, and both actively enjoy and purchase Keystone Light even though my budget has expanded to accompany more grown-up tastes. The thing is, I’m not going to