Signs Of Adventure: Mount Sunflower

One of my favorite things to do while traveling, is find a way to loop high points into my trip. On a trip two years ago, I managed to visit the highest point in the State of Kansas, Mount Sunflower. While not that impressive looking, it is a high point none the less. Here I

By |May 1st, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

Mike’s Mountain Musings: The Most Important Gear On The Appalachian Trail

  By way of introduction, I am a history professor (the photo above shows me atop the walls of Istanbul earlier this year) who will set aside his books for the next five to six months to hike the 2,184 mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail, more commonly known as the Appalachian Trail, or AT for

By |April 29th, 2014|Featured, Hiking|0 Comments

Signs Of Adventure: Crater Lake National Park

Today's Signs Of Adventure takes me back to my 2012 trip to Oregon to climb Mount Hood. While we never got onto the mountain due to terrible conditions, we did get to visit Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake is the only national park in Oregon, and one of my favorite parks in the Country.

By |April 24th, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

The End is only the Beginning

The past few weeks have been a dream-like for me. I have been present, but not really here. In the end of March, my father passed away due to complications from a pretty routine procedure. It snapped me into the realization as to how fragile life is, but it also changed my perspective on some

By |April 21st, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Travel Brews: Ithaca Beer Company

Located in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, and the Southern tip of Cayuga Lake is the town of Ithaca and the home of today's "Travel Brews". While not right in downtown, Ithaca Beer Company is just outside of the downtown area and is home to some really great beer. The Beer Going into this

By |March 26th, 2014|Travel Brews|0 Comments

The Jet Star

While I was wandering around Kennedy Space Center last year, this early Jet caught my eye. It just screamed starfighter to me, and really grabbed a hold of my imagination. If does cialis work like viagra viagra dosage what does cialis do 10mg or 20mg of cialis official viagra you could fly into space, anywhere,

By |March 24th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Signs Of Adventure: Welcome To Idaho

It seems like every time I enter a state with my friend Bill, we can be found jumping out of the car at the welcome sign, and inevitably, he climbs the sing for a photo op. Well Today's Signs of Adventure is no different. Here Bill can be seeing topping out on Idaho's welcome sign

By |March 13th, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

Ride That Wave

With spring starting to make an appearance here in the Northeast, I am starting to get amped up about warm weather activities, both that I can participate in, and photograph. While I was exploring Delaware Seashore State Park  last summer, I ran into a bunch of skim boarders who were really quite impressive.  For nearly

By |March 11th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

January Blues

Some people may hate the winter, others love it, and while I do love warm summer sunshine, and the chance to hike and photograph the outdoors with minimal layers, I still enjoy the spoils of a good winter. January in the northeast often has a pretty awesome yield of snow and Ice, and this winter

By |March 4th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Signs Of Adventure: Jerimoth Hill

As a traveler, we are often compelled to make lists, or complete certain goals. One such list of goals for me is to visit all fifty of the state high points here in the US. Big and small, all the US highpoints have significance. Primarily that significance is that this particular location happens to be

By |February 27th, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments
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