Mug Adventures: Pine Knob Mountain Loop, Housatonic Meadows State Park, Connecticut
Pine Knob Mountain loop via Appalachian trail. It's a 2.7 mile loop with only 700ft elevation gain that provides some fabulous views of the Housatonic Meadows.
Rugged shores on Lake Superior in route to Montreal Falls.
Be pre-warned the trail head is pretty remote, and the roads get fairly rugged. We ended up parking before the trail head as the roads were muddy, and we did not want to get stuck without cell service. With that said my favorite part of the hike was actually the rugged lake superior shoreline we hike along on the way out to the waterfalls.
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My Favorite Home Decor
A house feels more like home when I have my collage wall of adventure pictures are hung, and pottery is out and ready to be used. This is my second rendition of my adventure wall that I have installed in our Rocky Hill, Connecticut home. I love seeing photos from some of our favorite outdoors adventures. You might notice a trend...rock features are basically my favorite thing!
Mug Adventures: Bass Harbor in Acadia National Park, Maine
If you are looking for a good date night or way to wrap up an evening in Acadia National Park I highly recommend stopping at Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound to grab some seafood. Then keep heading south to the Bass Harbor Light House where you can walk down a .2 long trail sit on some rocks and watch the sunset.
Ps. are you looking for a mug or cup to bring on your adventures?
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Hunter's Point Park by Copper Harbor with Tall Travel Mug
There are several short walking trails at this park. It's more about soaking in the amazing lake superior shores. Plus the rocks are are amazing, as they are tumbled so much on this shore that they are actually glossy!
Brick and Black Walnut a Perfect Combo for a Pottery Display
Here's is my recently completed pottery display I have added to my basement ceramic studio. I love how the brick and black walnut looks with my earthy wood and soda fired pots. In addition, it's fun how this space echoes how pots might look stacked up on shelves inside a big kiln. I still have no idea what this space was used for as their are no openings for flues, but it has become a wonderful space to display pottery in the home.
Are you looking to add some pottery to your art collection?
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Mug Adventures: Buck Cove Mountain, Acadia National Park, Maine
This was a 4 mile out and back trail from the Schoodic Campground to the top of Buck Cove Mountain.
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How to make a Charcuterie Board or Cutting Board
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