Lindsey

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Hello, I’m Lindsey! Originally from the West Coast, I moved to the Seacoast after college and found a permanent home with my husband, two kids, and dog. I've been a local middle school science teacher for over a decade. In my free time, my family likes to spend a lot of time outdoors and I love writing about all the adventures available on the Seacoast. I am the author of "Seacoast Hikes and Nature Walks - Volume 1" and run my own blog called the Freelance Adventurer. You can find more about both of these on social at @seacoasthikes and @freelanceadventurer.
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5 Ways To Make Seacoast Winter Hikes More Enjoyable

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The only way for me to get through the long winters we experience on the Seacoast is to get outside. Summer days make it easy and low stress to hit a trail with next...
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Seacoast Gift Guide for The Outdoorsy Person on Your List

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Do you have a friend or family member who loves the Great Outdoors? Whether it’s camping, hiking, watersports, or simply having an outdoor picnic, my passion is outdoor recreation!  Here are my picks for...
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Ticks Are Out on the Seacoast- Protecting My Family From Lyme Disease

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“I found a tick!  What do I do?” I get this question a lot. Am I a doctor? No. I’m just a survivor. But even now, in late fall, I’m getting daily messages from...
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Best Fall Foliage Hikes on the Seacoast 

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New Hampshire and Maine are some of the most beautiful places in the world to experience fall foliage. As someone who transplanted here from a region with absolutely no fall foliage, I can tell...
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5 Dog Friendly Seacoast Hikes and Nature Walks 

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Before I had kids, I had my puppy. She was everything to me, and everyday we’d take to the trails. Now, she’s older and the kids take up more of my time, but Summit...
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How Seacoast Hikes Saved My Sanity

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Parenting during the pandemic hit me like a ton of bricks. I’m one of those moms who really can’t stand the clutter, the noise, the jumping on the furniture. My coping mechanism for household...

4 Free Programs to Help Engage Your Child in the Seacoast Outdoors

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Many of us want our children to harbor a love and appreciation for the outdoors and nature, but struggle to implement a plan for learning and engagement. How can a forest compete with a...
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3 Seacoast Nature Walks to Waterfalls

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Did you know there are waterfalls on the Seacoast? As part of my continuing goal to explore every Seacoast hike and nature walk, I’ve discovered three Seacoast nature walks to waterfalls that the whole...
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If The Future is Female, That’s Good For My Son

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I recently read a post from our site that stated, "the future is not female. At least, I hope it’s not.” Honestly, I was baffled that women could feel this way. Rereading the article,...
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Seacoast Sledable Nature Trails: The Best Trails for Sledding Nearby

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Last winter, my husband went away for work. I yearned to get on a hike and beat my cabin fever, but with a one and a three year old, I had no idea how...
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