Vance Creek Viaduct


Vance Creek Viaduct | Oct 2016

One of the pacific northwest’s best kept secrets and for good reason. On several accounts I have been accosted by groundskeepers employed by Green Diamond Resource Company and I will explain why. This bridge is incredibly dangerous and with the aforementioned company’s modifications, it is even moreso. In order to make your way to the center of the bridge you will have to balance on an I-beam for about 60 feet while walking ~70 feet in the air. If you fall you will most certainly break a large amount of bones or die. I cannot encourage people to visit this bridge anymore. Please enjoy the view from a distance.

A Christmas Story House | Cleveland, OH

While driving across the country, our main mission is to get from Point A to Point B – but we would occasionally like to see some points of interest along the way. I was very delighted to see that the original house from the movie A Christmas Story is in Cleveland, OH which coincidentally is… Continue reading A Christmas Story House | Cleveland, OH

Lighthouse Inn | New London, CT

Drove by the Lighthouse Inn (formerly known as Meadow Court) in New London, CT earlier today. The Mission style main house was designed by William Ralph Emerson and built in 1902 as a country home for steel industry magnate Charles S. Guthrie. Guthrie’s widow began selling off the estate in 1925, and the main house… Continue reading Lighthouse Inn | New London, CT

Nautilus in the Fog

Every day when I drive to work I get to glance over and see the USS Nautilus on display at the Submarine Force Library and Museum. Sometimes it’s glistening in the beautiful sun, and late at night you can just barely see a shadow in the moonlight. This particular morning it happened to be surrounded by fog.

Beach – Harkness Memorial State Park

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The other day my wife and I went exploring at some various state parks here in the Groton area – we were at Harkness Memorial State Park when we stumbled upon this beautiful public beach. Finding these hidden gems is one of the best things you can do in your free / off time!