Kinsman Ridge Trail, Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire

I learned from a friend that there is a 4000 Footer Club in New Hampshire. There are 48 total 4000 footer peaks and our first one was the Cannon Mountain summit (4,080-foot) via the Kinsman Ridge Trail. Cannon Mountain is a year round destination offering a ski resort in the winter and aerial tramway rides … More Kinsman Ridge Trail, Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire

Our Hiking Adventure with the Appalachian Mountain Club in New Hampshire

My husband and I are disabled US Air Force veterans. We signed up for the Wounded Warrior Project a little over a year ago. We both have benefited greatly from the experiences. We have focused mostly on self-improvement but this event was a little different. Wounded Warrior Project organized a couple hikes with the Appalachian Mountain … More Our Hiking Adventure with the Appalachian Mountain Club in New Hampshire

Tom Brady’s ‘Deflategate’ Case Reveals Emerging Due Process Theme with Kangaroo Courts

I’ve been a New England Patriots fan my whole life given I grew up in New England. Like most, I am loyal to my home teams. But, I am not the star struck kind of fan. I am just as proud of Tom Brady as I am all the New England Patriot players (unless you … More Tom Brady’s ‘Deflategate’ Case Reveals Emerging Due Process Theme with Kangaroo Courts

Original Native Alaskan Name for America’s Highest Peak Restored, Denali

I had the pleasure of attending the University of Alaska Fairbanks after I graduated from high school. I majored in Social Work and minored in Justice; I was in the Class of 1994. I am a proud Nanook Alumni. It was especially satisfying to learn that the White House restored Denali’s original Native Alaskan name. … More Original Native Alaskan Name for America’s Highest Peak Restored, Denali