Every year, I challenge myself to do something new. It can be as simple as trying a new recipe to taking a trip to unchartered territory. I love the excitement and unfamiliarity that accompanies my first time adventures. Hot air ballooning with Darrek Daoust of Balloons of Vermont is easily one of my favorite new things I’ve done in 2015. Hot Air Ballooning If you … Continue reading Venture Vermont: Balloons of Vermont
By Courtney DiFiore Wanderlust [n] a strong or irresistible desire to Travel • Practice Yoga • Listen to Music Eat Well • Be Green • Appreciate Art and create a community around mindful living Expect the unexpected at Wanderlust. You’ll be surrounded by like minded people all looking to accomplish the same thing, yet differently. It’s poetic actually. You’ll learn, practice, reflect and feel the uncontrollable positive … Continue reading Wanderlust – Not Your Average Festival
By Kirby Daly When a friend asked me the other day if I wanted to go for a fat bike ride I thought he was trying to tell me that I needed to start working out because I was fat. Being offended, I started laying in to him. It wasn’t until he began to laugh hysterically that I realized I was missing something. “No” he … Continue reading Who you calling Fat?
By Kirby Daly If you are like me, you grew up taking some fall line filled turns down the infamous race trail, North American. Shooting directly uphill from Mid-Mountain Lodge, North American spanned 15 acres and had a mixture of vertical terrain with rolling knolls, steep fall lines and an epic valley view. But where in the world did North American go? It didn’t go anywhere … Continue reading Where the Frank did North American Go?
By Courtney DiFiore Claim First Tracks It’s time for you and the sweetheart to earn those turns. Grab batteries for the head lamp and take to the hill early morning. Skin or hike up, share a private sunrise, then enjoy first tracks. Talk about a unique, shared experience to remember forever. Hit the Nordic Trails Not everyone is willing to race down steeps on two … Continue reading Fit & Fun Winter Dates
By Charlie Reetz As the Snow Reporter, I don’t get many late nights because I have to be in the office by 5:30am. It’s become a rejuvenating routine to start the day that early and fall asleep before 9pm while everyone else might be out on the town. Though if I were to do that every day I would not have a social life, and … Continue reading The Midnight Hour
By Courtney DiFiore This weekend is calling for snow upwards to 5 inches by Sunday morning. Can you believe that? Despite our first snow last weekend, I’ve still neglected to switch my all-season tires for winter. I can’t possibly be the only one behind the eight ball on this one. Actually, now that I think of it, I did overhear a co-worker making an appointment … Continue reading Time for snow tires