When Spring arrives, the feeling to breakout can be overwhelming. By now we've had enough with the TV binges, hoodies and fried snacks. It's time for an outdoor adventure or 7.
7 Outdoor Destinations Await for a CT Adventure
If you're anything like me you spend most of your days hiding your inner child waiting to break out. No one particularly likes "adulting" and corporate life can really drain the joy right out of your body. So, when it comes time to recreate we all deserve a chance to really kick off the dust. We want to run barefoot, swim, hike and eat smores fireside. If any of what I just said sounds like you, I've got the perfect break for you. Sorry, I mean I have 7 Outdoor Adventures that are just waiting for you.
Club Getaway is legit. I'm going this summer for what will be my 5th or 6th year running and every year is better than the one before.
There have been years where we spent the entire time enjoying the many activities they have to offer, but most years we go and just chill.
We start with breakfast, after that it's off to the lake beach where we stay until lunch.
After lunch we head back to the lake for the afternoon and then dinner, and then we party late into the evening.
It really is summer camp for adults and it is 1000% all it's cracked up to be. If you live in the Greater Danbury area like me, it's even better because it's a short car ride away in Kent, CT.
I'm so glad summer is almost here. Look, I was supposed to get you excited and I went and did it to myself.
5 Fun Connecticut Facts That Almost No One Will Care About
Learning "useless information" is fun and it makes the people who gather it, interesting to talk to. For those reasons, I never miss a chance to pickup some stray facts. I always want to get my hands on things I don't need. If you're anything like me, you will want these 5 Fun Connecticut Facts That Almost No One Will Care About.
New Milford Man’ s Chilling Texas Chainsaw Massacre Truck Seen in Monroe
This past weekend’s (6/4/22) Barnum Festival in Monroe, CT was a success by anyone’s measure. It was a place to go see classic cars of all kinds, have some food and see live music. In that sea of automobile madness was a terrifying thing. There was a vehicle with a recognizable and chilling theme, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre Truck. I spoke to the truck's owner Sam Gentile from New Milford, to find out how this came together, and why.