Archive | September, 2014
5 Tips for Photographing Fall Foliage

5 Tips for Photographing Fall Foliage

As the cooler fall weather settles in, and the leaves turn brilliant shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple, it’s a common sight in New England to see cars slowly winding their way along back roads as the passengers admire the beautiful fall foliage. Everyone is craning their necks to see the magical process that […]

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Review: The Travel Square

Review: Travel Square + Giveaway

Addison, our oldest daughter, is obsessed with many things – including the color pink, and purses. Even better – a pink purse. Whenever we head to the car, she totes along one of her many sparkly pocketbooks, jam-packed with crayons, scraps of papers, and other things she, “needs.” Most of the contents end up wedged […]

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Bruce Freeman Rail Trail

Bicycling the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, Lowell-Westford, MA

Location: Bruce Freeman Rail Trail – Lowell-Westford, MA Date: August 31, 2014 Distance: 13.82 miles round trip Elevation Gain: 171 feet Our Bicycling Time: 2 hours 4 minutes round trip Difficulty: Easy Trail Map Biking is quickly creeping up on hiking as one of our favorite family activities! Recently we were bicycling the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, which begins in my hometown of […]

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Addie using a LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

Gear Review: LifeStraw Personal Water Filter + Giveaway

Hydration is a huge concern for outdoor adventurers. When heading out even on a short day hike, we weigh down our backpacks with liters of water because running out of water during a trip can quickly turn into a worst-case scenario. Packing a water filtration system is an option, but they are often bulky, taking up room […]

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