Lessons Learned by Not Leaving the Country.

Fresh & Fancy Farms

It’s official, summer is over and the first day of autumn has arrived, at least in the Northern hemisphere. The kids are back in school, the leaves are just beginning to change, and pumpkin spice is in everything from cornbread … Continue reading 

Happy 4th Birthday to The World Wanderer!

World Wanderer

I can hardly believe that it has been four whole years since I started The World Wanderer. So much has changed, and yet it seems that much has stayed the same. I am far from the person I was when … Continue reading 

Hiking the High Points.

Mt. Mansfield

Over a year and a half ago, I set out to climb New York state’s highest peak, Mt. Marcy. At the time, I didn’t realize what I was getting myself into, but I had fallen in love with hiking. The … Continue reading 

Climbing to the Highest Point in Massachusetts.

The summit of Mt. Greylock

For me, hiking has always been a form of therapy. There’s something different about the world from inside the woods. Problems don’t seem as big, worries don’t seem to matter, and the world is silent, except for the sounds of … Continue reading 

Climbing to Connecticut’s Highest Point.

Climbing to Connecticut's Highest Point.

Ever since I was first introduced to the world of hiking a few years back, it has become an obsession of time. I find myself craving more time outdoors, taking time to enjoy nature and climb mountains whenever possible. Most … Continue reading