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Hiking Close to New York.

You may have noticed we’ve been on a hiking and camping kick lately. It’s so hard to say goodbye to the summer and if we can just remember that we still have a couple more months of moderate weather than it’ll make that farewell less severe. Take advantage of the fall by going outdoors and […]

Anthony’s Nose and More Easy Day Hikes from Brooklyn

Traveling upwards to go on a hike for the day is super easy on Saturdays and Sundays from the Metronorth. We visited Anthony’s Nose over the weekend and wanted to share our experience as well as this guide we found for more train accessible hikes. You may have been on the Hudson line of the […]

Hiking Season has Begun!

Yes we know that hardcore hikers have been dong this all along. Hiking through the cold and icy months while we all stay indoors like chumps. Our amazingly tough postal worker that brings our mail to 223 Columbia Street has been telling us of his winter hiking adventures where he hikes to the highest peaks […]

Brooklyn Daytripper: Kedler’s Farm

It’s apple picking season and there are so many farms in driving distance around the New York and New Jersey area. You can easily find one an hour or so away but we drove just a tad further to avoid the crowds. Kelder’s Farm in Kerhonkson, NY is just under 2 hours if you leave […]