Welcome to The Wicked Traveled Historian! I am a Historian who loves running half marathons, traveling, discussing history, and consuming as much POP! Culture as possible.
The Wicked Traveled Historian comes from several two key facts: 1) I have a Ph.D. in History from the University of Hawaii and teach U.S. History at a local college. 2) I am from born and raised in Massachusetts. Therefore, I have used the word “wicked” my entire life. Throw it in front of an adjective and take your point up a notch! This site will cover many different things, depending on what is occurring in my life, but focuses on travel stories, running 13.1 miles, and any aspect of POP! Culture or nostalgic recollections. In that respect, “wicked traveled” refers to multiple items. As they say, “travel” does not always include a destination.
In the final analysis, this blog centers around my travels, both near and far, recent and long since past, travel for joy and the journeys of life’s important moments, and traveling for historical pursuits or pure entertainment. I will showcase my photography of those places I have been to and those lived moments. Whether the photos are concerning a trip to a theme park, historical site, or as I travel into the past for a conversation of life’s unique moments – they are included. These “wicked” travels could be to further my historical curiosities and showcase the museums along the way or for the love of travel itself and the people I meet as well as the food and beer I tasted. It will allows me to share my half marathon travels, as well as conversations about past events.
Join me for fun and interesting discussions of the places I have been to and will go to, as well as my POP! Culture musings. Hopefully, the things I enjoy, the places I have been, and where I have yet to go will act as breadcrumbs to those history lovers, half marathon runners, POP! Culture consumers and anyone else willing to take a leap and follow me. Welcome and thanks for joining me on this incredible journey. I will post, more often than not, once or twice a month, especially during those months when the weather in New England is wonderful. In the meantime, for more information about what my blog will cover, take look at Travel, Running & Musings.
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