The end of summer is nearing and fall, my favorite season, is just around the corner. I found a few cool things to do this weekend to get you pumped for cool air, all things pumpkin, and bonfires. Zip Zone Zip Zone has an event called Full Moon Zip Tour. You get to zipline in the dark … More End of Summer is Nigh
Don’t miss out on the Perseids meteor shower! The Perseids meteor shower is set to peak tonight as 100 shooting stars an hour are expected to streak across the night sky, and continue for several days. The Perseids meteor shower is the result of space debris from the tail of the Swift-Tuttle comet strikeing the Earth’s … More Don’t Miss Out!
1. Little Miami River (Cincinnati) The little Miami River is the premiere kayaking and canoeing destination in Southwestern Ohio. Located near Cincinnati and running 111 miles through five of Ohio’s southwestern counties, there’s plenty of water trail to traverse. A great place to launch from is near Fort Ancient (Lebanon Morrow/S.R. 123 Exit 32 off of … More The Top Five Places to Kayak and Canoe in Ohio
Summer starts June 21st. That means, laying by the pool, festivals, and of course, vacation! I know, most of you, including myself, are already doing these things. I took a mini vacation this past weekend, and let’s just say that I definitely didn’t eat as healthy as I normally do. I find it a little difficult … More Summer Is Just Around The Corner
A Tradition unlike any other officially kicked off yesterday. The Master’s Tournament started with some gorgeous weather and some great golf. This years tournament set a record for the number of first timers in the field — maybe they were trying to add a little more appeal after Tiger dropped out. After perusing the internet … More A Tradition Unlike Any Other
The past few days Columbus natives have felt the cold sting in the air. Yes, we are squarely on our way to a showdown with old-man winter, and his frozen beard of ice and snow. With the summer lemonade slowly waning, and the late fall and early winter traditions beginning – I heard a Christmas … More Cold Weather Brings Blue Jackets
With October almost reaching its midpoint, attention turns to All Hallows’ Eve or Halloween. Halloween actually has a pretty interesting and debated history – scholars argue 17th century Celtic/Pagan roots and 15th century Christianity. However, Halloween is now a day where we get to masquerade around in guises, carve pumpkins and possible attend some haunted … More Haunted Attractions Around Ohio