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Hiking / Travel By On July 15, 2017

Hiking Mount Nittany in State College, Pa.

This summer has been slow for us, hiking wise. It turns out picking up your whole life, moving to another city and starting a business and a master’s degree all at once can be a little bit hectic. Luckily, we’ve had a few good hikes this summer, including one during a weekend camping trip at Ohiopyle State Park. Earlier in…

Hiking / Travel By On July 15, 2017

A weekend getaway in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania

During the first weekend in July, we had the chance to visit Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, for a weekend outdoors. Ohiopyle, a (very) small town in the Laurel Highland mountains, is an outdoor adventurists’ paradise, offering everything from hiking and biking, to camping, to whitewater rafting and more. It’s a stop along the 135 mile Great Allegheny Passage. Our trip didn’t get…

Hiking / Travel By On April 10, 2017

Four Mid-Atlantic waterfalls to visit this season

If you’ve been a long(ish)-time follower of Life Disconnected, you know that I LOVE waterfalls, and try to visit them whenever I get the chance. Some of my most recent trips have included visits to Swallow Falls State Park in Maryland, and one of the waterfalls in Ithaca, N.Y. Also, last year, I was able to visit Blackwater Falls State Park…

Drinking / Travel By On March 27, 2017

Craft beer festival coming to Indiana, Pa.

If you’ve been keeping up with Life Disconnected, you know that Sean and I LOVE trying visiting new places and trying new beers. Lucky for us, a craft beer festival is planned to be held right in our backyard. OK, full disclosure, the festival is totally being held by our employer, Indiana Printing & Publishing — but the company did…

Travel By On March 18, 2017

Guest Post: Winter reprieve in Charlston, S.C.

This week on Life Disconnected, my mom, Kathy, writes about my parents’ recent trip to Charleston, S.C. My parents get to travel way more than I do! My husband and I took a wonderful 3-day trip to Charleston, S.C., to escape the winter doldrums of Pennsylvania. Although our state is picturesque and quaint, we sometimes need to escape to see…