It’s mid-May; what are your summer plans? Many of you have suffered a long and vicious winter this season. Being locked up inside must’ve kicked your summer plans into overdrive. I’m sure you spent hours, if not days going over every detail of what you would do once released from winters icy grip.
Here’s your opportunity kick those plans in motion and let the world know what you are going to do this summer.
You suffered the cold, so reward yourself by making those plans come true!
With an itch to see some spruce, I am going up to Maine. I will hike the trails and enjoy lobster freshly caught. Many pictures will be taken and wonderful ideas will be hatched.
I will also be hiking the trails more often around my local. There are many places close by that need exploring and there’s no reason not to go.
I’m also going to do my first solo camp. It’s amazing that I’ve never done one before, but I always felt like I needed to include the wife on this. She has no desire this time, unless it’s glamping, (just say no) and I want to do the rugged thing. I have made a concession on where this will be done. I wanted to try this at Deep Creek Preserve since it’s my go to hiking place, but she would rather have me camp at Oscar Scherer State Park. (I might push for Myakka River State Park since it has primitive campsites available.)
I will also be posting about my daypack since gear is always popular to blog about.
So what are going to do this summer? The days are warmer and the nights are warmer. Hear the whispers in the distance? Those are your adventures calling.