West Haven, Connecticut is Latoya’s hometown with great childhood memories. This historic plot of land represents the colonial culture developed in New England. The Green was the scene of action during the Revolutionary War when Major General William Tryon led British forces in a brief invasion directed at nearby New Haven. Present day, the Green … Continue reading “West Haven Green, West Haven, Connecticut”
After a few trips, a broken couch, ongoing full-time work, and a brand new air purifier, we are back and ready to continue presenting our daily adventures. Since it’s been a while and we have so much ground to cover, we decided to showcase two locations and one event for this post– going against our … Continue reading “Day Trips, July-August 2021”
Lake Tahoe had an overabundance of nature trails, mountains, fishing and camping sites, and with regards to where we stayed, plenty of nightlife. Initially, we placed the Lam Watah trail to Nevada Beach on our to-do list because of its convenience to where we stayed; the trail was a half-mile walk from the hotel. We … Continue reading “Lam Watah Trail to Nevada Beach, Stateline, Nevada. Lake Tahoe South”
We have been to many beautiful places within a small sample size of beautiful places. The mid-May trip to Lake Tahoe was an unreal, much needed experience. Aside from the beautiful sky and clean air, the deciding factor on traveling to Lake Tahoe was the trails. In South Lake Tahoe alone, there are 48 trails, … Continue reading “Emerald Bay State Park, South Lake Tahoe, California”
Unimpaired in its amount of beautiful parks, Hamilton, NJ’s Sayen Gardens boasts a pleasant visual panorama in its exterior with hidden gems nestled away in small, wooded nature trails. Situated along the busy small-town village of Hamilton Square, Sayen Gardens is frequently populated with hikers, skateboarders, and families on any given nice afternoon. If the … Continue reading “Sayen Gardens, Hamilton Square, NJ”
Robbin’s House, Windsor, NJ Certain destinations offer enough reflection by presentation alone. Robbin’s House finds itself within a unique category of local, small town NJ history. Once a Royally-indentured body of farmland, this modest plot now sits along a mostly-isolated, 23-acre hill of an open air homestead. Mostly-isolated; because while the land is kept and … Continue reading “Robbin’s House, Windsor, NJ”
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