Tag Archives: Hiking

Visiting Long Lake

During a brief trip to upstate New York, we happened upon a tiny gem of the Adirondacks. The town of Long Lake was named after the 14-mile long lake that rests besides it. It’s one of the original towns created in the expansive 6 million acres state forest, established in the 1830s. The town of Long Lake is one the

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Christmas in the Caverns

On a quiet Friday afternoon we took off towards New Mexico. The destination? A little city located within the Chihuahuan Desert. Home to over 119 natural underground caves, CarlsBad Caverns became a national park in 1930. The drive in from Arizona was beautiful. We drove through vast desert and windy mountains while passing through the various cities along the way.

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Indian kill

While out and about on a few grubhub deliveries, I passed by a trailhead and had decided to stop and check it out. Taking note of the map signage I realized I probably wasn’t going to be able to hike the entire thing. However, I wanted to see what was inside! The trail was clearly very well maintained, as there

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