When Mom gave me the go-ahead to plan our Thanksgiving Break vacation we knew we wanted to go skiing, after looking at flights, conveniency, and things to do for all of us, I booked our flights to Denver and started planning! I ended up booking our flights through the Hopper app, but usually Priceline. or directly through Delta. We would fly from Atlanta to Denver. … Continue reading Vail // Itinerary & What to Know by a Ski-Newbie
Use code CCR5 for 20% off at Checkout at PureFormEquine.Com A few weeks ago I made a trek across the country, well trek as in I sat on two planes to get to Rochester, Minnesota! Why Rochester, Minnesota? To collaborate, team-build, and develop strategy for the future of a brand that I’ve been working with over two years now! I began working with Pure Form … Continue reading Team-Building, Strategy, and Branding with a Purpose w/ Pure Form Equine
For those who have not been on social media for the prior two weeks, I am finally in one of my favorites towns with my two best, make that three best mates counting Huckle! After holding out on PTO, I took the complete week off of work so that I could lesson with one of my coaches/mentors Allison Springer before competing in my first 3-star … Continue reading Middleburg, Virginia: “Shop & Dressage Until You Drop”
Competing at the Kentucky Horse Park? Travelling to Lexington, Kentucky? I’ve included my travel guide of things to know before hauling your horses to the horse park and activities and restaurants you must see while visiting!Continue reading “Lexington, KY & the Kentucky Horse Park”
While Aiken may not be the travel destination for my city-lovers and girl-gang, for the 3-day eventer, AIken is a hotspot in the weeks between January and April. Now that I’m in Atlanta, it’s actually not a bad three and a half hour drive to Aiken, so we usually attend competitions outside of just the busy spring season when the Winter Birds fly down to stay warm. (Winter Birds::Northern Eventers) What I love about Aiken is that during the Spring season it’s not out of character to see other riders in their breeches and tall boots making their way down the grocery aisle or the post-office.
This is the very first post of what I hope will be a fun new addition to the blog. I am by no means a world traveler, but I have added a few Delta sky miles to my account this year. For my first travel post, I’d like to share some of the adventures and sights from a recent trip to Viva Las Vegas! Hurrah! The trip was for a wedding that I was participating in; much of the sight-seeing was squeezed inbetween the wedding festivities. Fortunately, I had made prior restaurant reservations the weeks before using OpenTable and used a GoogleDocs spreadsheet to plan a rough itinerary for the four days we were in the city. Continue reading “Vegas : Keep to the Itinerary”