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Growing up, my family used to travel around the country for my dad’s favorite hobby: his travel book. I spent my summers crammed in a car with my siblings, watching landscapes fly by as a soundtrack played steadily through my ear buds. Each place we visited came with hikes, B&Bs, taverns, and a history lesson. I was raised with a sense of adventure.

These days I am likely tied to my desk, working as an assistant coordinator in film & television in New York City but on weekends I like to wander…

The dream is to one day combine my passion for filmmaking and my love for adventure. Located in Brooklyn, NY, the Northeast is often the backdrop for my weekend road trips. My goal is to find those magical spots left OUT of guidebooks.

Nowadays, my car is packed with my Fiancé, camping gear, and our one year old lab mix named Riley. I have decided to keep track of these small adventures with some greater ones tucked in between… and share my tips for creating an instagram worthy weekend getaway…!

All adventures and pictures are my own unless otherwise credited.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Your Dad’s adventuresome nature is wonderfully alive in these posts.

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  2. It’s nice to explore your local area and find the hidden treasures close by. I like the idea of recording them on film.

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    1. Kate Bolger says:

      It’s interesting that you say that because I’m exploring that as my next step! Thanks for checking out my blog!

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      1. I’m looking forward to reading more of your adventures.

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  3. TravelBug says:

    You’re welcome to come to the PNW for an adventure and film making any time, Kate!

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