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No Spectators: The Art Of Burning Man

I was introduced to burning culture in my mid-twenties, and I wish it had been way sooner. People tried to tell me I was already living the lifestyle, but I just had to come to an actual burn, and I wasn’t into it. Camping? No way. But I am so glad I finally did it, […]

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Urban Myths: Hex House, Devil’s Road, Big Lizz, Goatman, and Murder On Christmas

Part of my Friday adventures tend to have a spooky component since Joe and I are both into haunted things, abandoned places, and urban myths. I was pretty surprised when I would post little snapshots of them to my Instagram Stories and get tons of messages from people who said I was leaving them hanging […]

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Roadside Attractions: Caves, Crypt Of Curiosities, Shoe House, Lotus Temple, & A Giant Strawberry

If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed my Friday adventures. Joe and I are both really into roadside attractions, unusual nonsense, abandoned structures, spooky stuff, urban myths, etc. so we’ve been scheduling an entire day every week for exploring all different types of things in Maryland and the surrounding states. I’ve been […]

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Weekly Happiness

Oh helloooo! Is September just skipping by for you, too? I hope it slows down for a minute! I love this time of year so, so much. My main event this past week was road tripping deep into Virginia to a friend’s lake house. The house itself was perfect; exactly what you’d expect to find […]

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