As travel editor for Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine, getting people excited to go outside and play is my job. Follow along as I take our commitment to the outdoors to the next level: working, playing, and living on the road for one year. #liveoutsideandplay

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Conquering the last of winter at @BeechMtnResort last week. Think I'm finally ready for spring! pic.twitter.com/YDiKsEJW4b

Last month from Jess Daddio's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone

 Pretty awesome weekend shooting #riversurfing in the wild and wonderful state of West by God Virginia. Major thanks to @wvmelanie and all of the other surfers who braved the cold water for me! Stay tuned for a BRO-TV episode on this fringe sport to be released later in the month. In the meantime, check out April's issue of @blueridgeoutdoors available online and in print to read about two badass chicas who are at the forefront of the river surfing community in #Fayetteville. #liveoutsideandplay #myblueridge
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My Blue Ridge
Help us celebrate the magazine's 20th anniversary by sharing your voice, your images, and your tales of adventure by visiting blueridgeoutdoors.com/myblueridge.
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Where the Heart Is
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A Picture's Worth
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