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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF COLEMAN_CONCIERGE
45.5% of coleman_concierge's followers are female and 54.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.10%. The average number of likes per post is 745 and the average number of comments is 17.
Coleman_concierge loves posting about Travel, Adventure, Photography.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR COLEMAN_CONCIERGE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF COLEMAN_CONCIERGE
- Travel & Tourism 92.58 %
- Photography 85.81 %
- Beauty & Fashion 52.62 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 48.32 %
- Art & Design 47.05 %
- Technology & Science 46.29 %
- Fitness & Yoga 35.24 %
- Sports 33.28 %
- Business & Careers 31.65 %
- Music 31.51 %
- Luxury Goods 31.07 %
If there is one thing that I believe makes the world truly beautiful, that would be its capacity to change and adapt. The season just came to an end at the Purdy Butterfly House in Huntsville Botanical Gardens. As the nation's largest open-air butterfly house, it's home to over 1,500 native butterflies. Some butterflies migrate, others lay eggs and larva that wait in the ground until spring. However, they all find a way to adapt to the hardships of winter. 🦋 🦋 Our little butterfly, Dreya, is getting ready to begin her winter migration back to California. We didn't expect her to come out this summer. Then again, 2020 has been full of surprises and hardships. We can only hope that we provided her the nourishment she needed. Now, she is following in Jenn's footsteps and taking a season to ski bum before returning to UCSC to finish out her senior year. Like all butterflies, it seems like they are here then gone too soon, but we're sure she'll be back with more strength and resiliency than before. 🦋 🦋 How has this summer changed you?
We broke out the champagne last night at the Coleman house because kiddo finally got her driver's license - at 22. There are all kinds of reasons for the delay, but I want to focus on why it happened this time. She came back home for this summer for a reset to take, to things easy, do the little things right, and return to her roots. She's now rested, tested, and looking to start a new chapter in her life. 🚙 🚙 In a couple of weeks, she'll be driving to California to work at Heavenly in Tahoe and learning to ski on the mountain. As transformational as a winter of ski bumming can be, it couldn't have happened without first going back to basics. 🚙 🚙 In many ways, that's what going to Hamilton County, Indiana, was like for us. It wasn't flashy, like Lake Tahoe, but it gave us a chance for our minds to reset and our souls to unwind. We left feeling energized and ready to face the world, which was exactly what we needed in these times. 🚙 🚙 Do you remember getting your driver's license? How did it change your life? #VisitHC #loveHC #hosted #prairieguesthouse #Hamiltoncounty #indy #Indiana #visitindiana #farmhouse #drone #droneshot #dji #mavicmini #djiglobal #dronepilot #aerialphotography #dronephotography #farmhousestyle #vintagefarmhouse #aerialview #midwest #midwestexplorers #IFWTA #NATJATravels #amazingadventuresordinarypeople #travelcouple #coupleswhotravel
Bucketlist experience✔ 🛩 🛩 Have you ever had a bucket-list experience you did not even know was on your list? That's what happened to me when I had the opportunity to take a ride in a historic open cockpit biplane when visiting Sevierville! It had never occurred to me I would ever have the opportunity to do something like that....until I did! And oh boy...I was both super excited and super nervous! 🛩 🛩 I am a super nervous flier, especially in small planes! I was expecting a lot of noise and a lot of wind, but it was not like that at all! Meeting owner/pilot Marc, I was immediately put at ease with his confidence and enthusiasm with both his plane and flying. After learning a bit about Marc and his plane it was time to take flight! 🛩 🛩 Here's a few things I learned that surprised me: 🛩 In a biplane the pilot sits in back behind the passenger 🛩 Because of this arrangement the pilot will zigzag when taxiing down the runway to see where they are going 🛩 Once in the air it was much more quiet and much less windy then expected 🛩 The ride was also much more smooth and peaceful than expected 🛩 Since biplanes fly at a lower altitude if is a phenomenal way to see an area! 🛩 🛩 Wow! What an amazing way to get a 'birds-eye view' of a destination! Highly reccommend! 🛩 🛩 Have you ever had a bucket-list experience you did not know was on your bucket-list?
We just published our guide to an adventurous, romantic getaway to Sevierville. This trip was bittersweet for me because Ed couldn't join me because of last-minute health issues (DVT), but he's doing much better now. One of the activities he was really looking forward to was fly fishing. 🎣 🎣 My romantic getaway 'all by my self' (cue Shrek clips....) wasn't too lonely. I ended up making great friends at the Gathering of Writer's workshop that I explored Sevierville with. The picture is @bykatemorgan learning to flyfish. This was her first time learning to cast, and she did great. Look at that beautiful arc. 🎣 🎣 Sevierville was even more beautiful than expected with romantic (and luxurious!) cabins, relaxing massages, epic biplane flights, super-fast zip lines, and yummy food. Everything felt naturally social-distanced too. Thank you @visitsevierville for a wonderful visit, a Gathering of Writers for pulling this together, and my new friends @wanderwithwonder @shannondtravels @katysjoyce and of course flyfishing prodigy @bykatemorgan . I can't wait to return to Sevierville with Ed and show him how beautiful and fun it is there❣ 🎣 🎣 Have you ventured out yet for a memorable (and socially-distanced) day trip or road trip yet? We would love to hear about it in the comments 😊
What do you look for when choosing a destination? For Ed and I, it always boils down to what type of outdoor adventure can be had there or nearby. Nowadays, that is even more important to us, with the natural social distancing outdoor activities tend to provide! In general, we shy away from cities and suburbs in favor of mountain or beach towns...but that isn't always the case. 🚲 🚲 We love it when a town or city has lots of green spaces incorporated throughout, which is one of the reasons we love visiting Carmel Indiana in Hamilton County. Not only is the town legit adorable with a thriving foodie scene and a lovely river to kayak or tube, but check out the green space built around the Monon Trail! The Monon Trail is a 27-mile paved path and Rail-Trail Hall of Fame Inductee running right through the middle of Carmel and down to Indianapolis. 🚲 🚲 We loved the trail so much we decided to devote this weeks post to giving you The Ultimate Guide to the Monon Trail including a downloadable interactive map with our favorite food and beverage stops and street art along the way❣(link in bio) 🚲 🚲 What do you look for when choosing a travel destination?
Life is composed of lights and shadows, and we would be untruthful, insincere, and saccharine if we tried to pretend there were no shadows. - Walt Disney 🕯 🕯 Carmel Indiana feels like a town without shadows. It's clean, affluent, and beautiful. You can just look at how the Monon Trail cuts through the arts district and imagine Ralphy getting a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. 🕯 🕯 We loved our recent road trip to Hamilton County, but this week, the shadows crept in. If you're following our blog, you would have seen that Ed was laid up on the couch with DVT, and Jenn had to take a romantic trip to Sevierville without him. It was dark, and kind of scary, but it looks like the worst of it has passed. It's times like these that I like to remember what Eleanor Roosevelt said - It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness. 🕯 🕯 How are you coping these days?
Ever since I first road the Monon Trail near Indianapolis, I knew I wanted to take Ed here. He just loves the feeling of riding and the wind blowing through his (crazy physicist) hair. We finally made our return trip last weekend and rode almost all of the 27-mile long trail from Carmel first north on day 1, then south down to Indy on day 2. 🚲 🚲 There was some construction on the north end, but we added the Cultural Heritage Trail through downtown Indy on the south end. The photo is Ed doing laps around Obelisk Square in Indianapolis. In case you're curious, Ed did just did laps as I flew the drone, but he does loves the wind in his hair lol. 🚲 🚲 What's your favorite ride?
🎶Under the sea . Darling it's better . Down where it's wetter . Take it from me . Up on the shore they work all day . Out in the sun they slave away . While we devotin' . Full time to floatin' . Under the sea🎶 🎵 🎵 One of the things we have been missing most about living in Florida (and during pandemic) is the accessiability to great diving! Even when it's bad, its still a learning experience in a whole new world! 🎵 🎵 Tell us about a place you have been that felt like stepping into a whole new world!
Whep, yesterday marked my 48th 😱🤯😜😘 rotation around the sun! I still can't believe I am only 2 years from the big 5-0!! If you would have told me 20 years ago, 15 years ago, heck...even 10 years ago that I would be a Professional Travel Blogger (I'm a lady with minimal typing skills at best, utterly lacking all 'artistic' type genes, and who did not own a computer much less a cell phone until after the year 2000🤣😂), married to a rocket scientist, and living in Huntsville Alabama....I would have seriously questioned what the heck you were smoking...lol!! 🎂 🎂 Seriously though...life is crazy! You may think you are heading in 1 direction and then, boom, you are someplace completely different then you would have ever imagined! That is the beauty of life....as long as you remain open to possibilities, continue learning and growing, and continue to focus on leading a joy-based life and come from kindness in all of your interactions...you can find yourself in some incredible places and meet some incredible people! Photo by @culturetrekking 🎂 🎂 Even though I still look back and think about how did I 'find myself in a beautiful house, With a handsome (and brainy) husband, And I ask yourself,...well...How did I get here?', I would not trade it for the world❣❣ 🎂 🎂 What is something about your life now that would shock your younger self?
I think everybody loves appreciation for their work. Randomly, out of the blue last weekend, we were contacted by the Friends of Georgia State Parks about this picture. They wanted to turn it into a mural and hang it in their office. We said yes, and were honored by the request. It so nice to be noticed, especially by people who have seen lots of pictures of Georgia State Parks❣ 🌲 🌲 What has made you smile lately?
I grew up in the 80s. I can remember Ronald Reagan (POTUS, not actor). Somewhere deep in my consciousness is his famous bear commercial --> "There is a bear in the woods. For some people, the bear is easy to see. Others don't see it at all. Some people say the bear is tame. Others say it's vicious and dangerous." I don't know about all of that, but I do know woods are better with bears in them. Sure, there the ecological need to preserve apex predators, but it's more than that for me. 🐻 🐻 We started our hike to Laurel Falls early in the morning hoping to see bears. Wanting to see a reminder that nature is neither tame nor vicious, but powerful and beautiful. That it's still wild and resilient to the ways of man. I hope there will always be bears in the woods and always be people willing to make the effort to see them. 🐻 🐻 When we saw this beautiful creature, he let us know this was his world. Not with cruelty, but simply walking down the trail like he owned it. All we could do is back up and let him have his way. It was wonderful. There was a chance that we wouldn't see the falls at the end of a paved path. If so, there would be there the next time, but joining this moment with nature doesn't always happen. The magic lies in the wildness of not knowing what comes next. 🐻 🐻 Tell us about a magical or memorable experience you have had....
I don't know about you, but I have a bucket list of bike rides. Recently, I checked off Cades Cove Tenessee. It's not the longest ride, only 11-miles, but it was beautiful. 🚲 🚲 The narrow road weaved in and out of meadows and hemlock forest. There were the occasional historic cabins and even a bear sighting of a mother with three cubs. 🚲 🚲 What put Cades Cove on the list in the first place was an opportunity to ride all of this car-free, which happens every Wednesday during spring, summer, and fall. 🚲 🚲 We went on a Saturday, but the ranger let us in with a 20-minute head start on a line of cars. That gave us the place to ourselves for the first hour of a 1 1/2 hour ride. The valley was draped in a blanket of fog as we cruised down the empty road. It was quiet, beautiful, and in a word - perfect. 🚲 🚲 How have you been managing your bucket list during these trying times?
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