This post should alternately be named "How to Make Your Husband Enjoy Camping". 🙂 While I joke, I'm honestly still surprised that camping is a thing we do, considering Jody wasn't the world's biggest outdoors fan when we met. But, after two previous camping trips that could have been deemed a disaster, I'm grateful that … Continue reading A Fall Camping Weekend in Western Maryland
Last month I shared that Jody and I had planned a surprise trip for our vacation. And when I say planned, I mean we booked our trip with Charlotte at Whisked Away and she planned our entire trip for us. The kicker was that we didn't find out until the morning of our trip where … Continue reading Our Surprise Destination Vacation
Jody and I really struggled to pick a place for vacation this year. Between being uncertain of travel and regulations due to the pandemic, and work keeping us extremely busy, planning a trip for our anniversary took a bit of a backseat. It didn't help that we couldn't narrow down a place to visit - … Continue reading We are Getting Whisked Away!
Jody turned 30 last month, and as an avid bourbon enthusiast, it only seemed fitting to celebrate on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. While Kentucky isn't the only place that makes bourbon, it does produce 95% of bourbon in the United States due to its geographical location. Considering that and its rich history in the state, … Continue reading How to Plan a Weekend on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail
Two years ago for Jody's birthday, I started to plan a surprise trip to Kentucky for a weekend on the Bourbon Trail. Our schedules, however, weren't flexible enough to make that trip work (we instead spent the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia - you can read about that here!), so we postponed it for his 30th … Continue reading Our Weekend Getaway to Kentucky
Back in college, I remember a friend telling me about an apple orchard that she and her boyfriend at the time went for the day that wasn't too far from our small college town. It was the perfect place to go indulge in all things fall, and a welcomed distraction from the looming mid-term exams. … Continue reading Apple Picking: A Fall Tradition