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Author: Heather McGurrin

Heather McGurrin is a teacher in the Pennsbury School District. She and her husband live in Fallsington, PA. She is a mother to four children and proud aunt to 45 nieces and nephews. Having large families has given her incentive to find fun, hands-on, family activities that are free or inexpensive! Most of the activities you will find in her blog will be focused on interesting & enlightening outside activities and places, especially during Covid times.

What an adventure! This was the first time I went on a walk at this particular point in the season at Tyler State Park in Newtown.

During this time of the year, as we approach the spring season, the warm sun is shining, snow is melting from the several storms over the past few weeks, and the buds are starting to form on trees. The sounds were unbelievable: crackling of ice, flowing of streams from

After getting a text message from a dear friend about doing a family hike on a cold Sunday morning, I never dreamed it would turn into this! Early in the afternoon on a brisk January day, my family decided to meet friends for an outside adventure. We are always looking for ways to keep our brains AND bodies active safely. Many times, this means keeping the activity outdoors in the fresh air!

Hidden Gems in Historic Fallsington

Monday, January 4, 2021 8:00 AM by Heather McGurrin

As I headed out for a sunny morning jog, I felt a deep appreciation for the beauty that exists in the small town of Historic Fallsington, Pennsylvania.

Historic Fallsington

Historic Fallsington

The first thing I passed was the Doughboy statue in Meetinghouse Square honors World War I service members. “Doughboy” was a popular nickname for a United States infantryman during the war. In this beautiful town you will find across the road

Oh, what an experience Peddler’s Village is this particular year during the holidays! I highly recommend checking it out, even during the daytime. In years’ past, I have gone to this beautiful place in Lahaska, Pennsylvania (a stone’s throw from New Hope) in the evening just to see the sparkling light display. At night, during the holiday months, it has NEVER been a disappointment. The lights in

3 Parks to Visit in Bucks County during the Fall

Thursday, November 19, 2020 10:00 AM by Heather McGurrin

Whatever the season, visiting Bucks County’s abundant natural areas is in! But fall has to be one of the most gorgeous times due to the changing leaves, crisp air and cool weather. Here are my top 3 parks to visit September through November with friends and family!

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The Canal Path

One of my favorite fall activities to do with friends and my kids is to take a stroll or bike ride on the Canal