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We had the awesomeopportunity of partnering up with Boston University in our recent interview appearing on BU Today- Discovering The Great Outdoors! As a student in the Graduate School of Management's Professional Evening MBA program, I couldn't be more honored for the feature and continued support from an amazing community of leaders, innovators and all-in-all great people! Thanks BU, I'm proud to be a Terrier!
While the most iconic California road trip is the drive between
San Francisco and LA, we had always been curious to explore the Pacific Coast
Highway and beyond, north of San Francisco. Our cousin getting married in Napa Valley presented
us with the perfect opportunity to extend a trip out to California, to do some
Our trip up the coast was from San Francisco to the Stanford Inn in Mendocino. We cranked through the ride in about 6 hours total. This included
enough time to stop off at a bunch of places to enjoy the the scenic views, take
pictures, and soak in the surroundings. Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time
for extended hikes or stop off points.
The fun begins with a ride over the Golden Gate Bridge. From
there, you’ll want to hop onto the start of scenic highway 1 towards Stinson
Beach. Once you reach the cost, the drive and the views are breathtaking. Some of the most popular stopping points are
the Point Reyes National Sea Shore, Bodega Bay, and Timber Cover. Th…
This past weekend we took our first travel adventure with our newborn, Hailey. There was no better place to enjoy this memory than the Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse located in Duxbruy, VT -
next to the landmark town of Waterbury.
The lodge's story began when owners Greg Trulson and Willie Docto met at a B&B in the mountains of West Virginia in 1992. From there, they visited many more B&Bs, and had the dream of opening one with their own personal touches. In 1998 that dream became a reality when they oppened the Moose Meadow Lodge.
Over the years they've added so many personal touches which make the property such a unique experience. The wood finishings are locally sourced from the forests, sinks carved from rocks on the property, and many of the furniture on the property is hand crafted by Greg. Even the maple syrup served at breakfast is sourced from the trees on the property. The common areas have the feel of a luxury cabin but with local charm. Every where you…