Where were you the morning two airplanes struck the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001? That is a question I’m sure people ask year after year. Here is my brief story and tour of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Advertisements
This past Friday, I celebrated my 25th birthday in Dallas, Texas with 3 of my favorite girlfriends. The theme for the weekend: butts in baseball pants.
Today’s Wanderlust Wednesday post is dedicated to NYC!
As most of you probably are not aware, I spent 8 years of my childhood living in Rye, Colorado. In the little slice of heaven that I called home, there were several things to see and do, among the most interesting of them is Bishop Castle.
The world is a book and those who don’t travel read only one page – Unknown For this week’s Wanderlust Wednesday post, I thought I would share my trip we took to Myrtle Beach/Fort Bragg back in April 2012.
I need a six month vacation twice a year – Pete Macarthur In honor of my first Wanderlust Wednesday post, I thought I would reminisce back to the time Brady and I went to Cancun. I am trying to make Wanderlust Wednesday a weekly writing topic – whether it be about places I have been… Continue reading Wanderlust Wednesday: Cancun, Mexico
In the near future, May 29th to be exact, the One World Trade Center Observatory will be opening in lower Manhattan. An iconic building to New York City, the formally known “Freedom Tower” stands 104 Stories – a whopping 1776 feet high (this is no coincidence as this is the year that the United States declared its independence) above the streets… Continue reading One World Observatory