The Narrows is the true show-stopper of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, and you’d be remiss if you didn’t include this incredible feature in your to-do list during your visit to Southwest Oklahoma.Continue reading “Experience the Narrows at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge”
Auxier Ridge Trail #204 in the beautiful Red River Gorge Geological Area of Kentucky is an unforgettable hike featuring narrow exposed ridges overlooking sweeping Appalachian vistas of the Daniel Boone National Forest.Continue reading “Auxier Ridge Trail, Red River Gorge, Kentucky”
Yeah, this is a hiking website, but you’ve gotta eat too, right? Ever heard of a culinary trail? Think of it as a trail you hike with your face.
The best damn fried chicken restaurants in the United States are all conveniently clumped together in one little artery-clogging corner of Southeastern Indiana. Here, fried chicken is lifeblood, and we’ve assembled a comprehensive list of establishments on (and off) the famed “Chicken Trail.”Continue reading “The Best Damn Chicken Trail Guide for Southeastern Indiana”
If you don’t have a lot of time to explore Hocking Hills in Ohio, I’m going to get right to the point: There is one place that outshines all the others.
That place is Conkles Hollow Nature Preserve.Continue reading “The Ultimate Hocking Hills Hiking Guide”
Remember that episode of The Brady Bunch where the boys were held captive by a crazy doctor (Vincent Price) in an ancient Hawaiian burial cave? Well, this isn’t that exactly, but there is a doctor in a historic Hawaiian cave.Continue reading “Maha’ulepu Heritage Trail Hike To Makauwahi Cave”
Nestled in the hills of Brown County, Indiana, is this lovely forest hiking trail loop at Laura Hare Nature Preserve at Downey Hill, one of nearly 20 protected sites governed by the Sycamore Land Trust.Continue reading “Laura Hare Nature Preserve at Downey Hill Hiking Trail”
I’d never skied a day in my life, but who needs lessons, right?
Apparently I do.Continue reading “Snowshoeing In Breckenridge for the Skiing Challenged”
AUGUST 10, 2019 UPDATE – We’ve now received word from three users who had success getting the action block lifted after having been banned for three weeks. They simply logged out of the app and logged back in (go figure). We reached out to others currently still banned and asked them to try it out, but none of them had similar success. That said, it won’t hurt to give it a shot. Be sure to log out from every device. If that doesn’t work (and don’t be surprised if it doesn’t), keep reading …
AUGUST 7, 2019 UPDATE – OUR THIRD ACTION BLOCK ENDED EARLIER THAN EXPECTED! What did we do differently? Keep scrolling or click the anchor tag to read: The private profile theory.
So you’ve been action blocked on Instagram? Welcome to the club. Stop mashing your index finger into the “Tell us” button, take a deep breath and relax.Continue reading “What To Do When Instagram Has Action Blocked Your Account”
A couple years ago when I fell down a flight of stairs and broke my back, I was terrified.
Questions swirled in my mind. Would I recover from the major surgery to repair the unstable burst fracture of my L2 lumbar spine vertebra?
Would I ever be the same, and how long would the journey be before I regained a sense of normalcy?Continue reading “Recovering From a Broken Back: A Timeline”
Nestled among the planate farmlands of west central Indiana lies an alien landscape where time stopped 12,000 years ago. About an hour outside of Indianapolis, Turkey Run State Park is an easily-accessed popular Midwest treasure for hiking an ecosystem normally found in northern Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.Continue reading “Step Back In Time Hiking Turkey Run State Park”