Ohio State Reformatory

. . From the outside this place looks like a fancy castle, but on the inside this place has housed some of the country’s toughest criminals. A self-guided tour through the Ohio State Reformatory (OSR) allows you to see the cells many called home and also take a stroll through the sets of one of... Continue Reading →

Pro Football Hall of Fame

Fun fact about me, if you haven’t already gathered, is that I am a HUGE football fan. I live for Nebraska football games on Saturdays and Packers games on Sundays during the fall. Seriously, it is like a religion to me. So when I was on my road trip last September I knew that a... Continue Reading →

Mt. Washington Cog Railway

. . When you Google places to see the best Fall colors, the White Mountains of New Hampshire will always be on the list. This area is packed full of gorgeous trees and you are sure to have a beautiful view no matter where you look. In September 2020 my friend Kristin and I decided... Continue Reading →

Watkins Glen State Park

. . Instead of Watkins Glen State Park this article should really be titled "the time I thought I was going to be kidnapped and murdered." Of all the places I have gone alone this is one of the only places I have ever been truly frightened (I was legit shaking after I made it... Continue Reading →

Starved Rock State Park

. . After parting ways with my friend Abigail in St. Louis I was continuing on my massive northeast road trip with my sights set on Starved Rock State Park in Illinois. This park was rated the #1 attraction in the whole state and I was hoping to see some beautiful fall colors and waterfalls... Continue Reading →

St. Louis Arch

. I had driven past the St. Louis Arch more times than I could count, but never had the opportunity to stop until last year. On a road trip through Missouri with one of my best friends, St. Louis was our final stop together and I was bound and determined to finally get to see... Continue Reading →

Elephant Rocks State Park

. . Elephant Rocks State Park. A place in Missouri where you can go to see the elephants! Well….okay rocks shaped like elephants. Well...large boulders that if you squint really really hard kind of look like elephants lined up at the circus. Lol The "elephant" granite boulders at this Missouri state park are a unique... Continue Reading →

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