8 More Super-Tips for Camping With Kiddos

Fellow blogger, Betty, over at Chambers on the Road gave me the idea to write a post about 10 Awesome Camping Activities for Kids last season (2021). Then fellow blogger, LR, over at Returning to Paradise reminded me that I’d missed a couple great ideas so here’s part 2, with 8 more ideas for your … Continue reading 8 More Super-Tips for Camping With Kiddos

Jenny Lake & Hidden Falls – Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

6/11/22 While visiting Grand Teton National Park, I really wanted to go check out Jenny Lake. For those of you that know me well, this was the obvious destination choice! Besides that, another mom at swimming lessons had recommended it after I complimented her Grand Teton t-shirt and told her we were headed there and … Continue reading Jenny Lake & Hidden Falls – Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

Colter Bay RV Park – Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

6/10/22 - 6/12/22 We took a quick weekend getaway to Grand Teton National Park. We left after work on Friday, and we had to check out Sunday morning, so we just got one full day in the park to explore. On the drive there, we saw several unique moose crossing statues but no live moose. … Continue reading Colter Bay RV Park – Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

Extreme Book Nerd for Kids – 2022

Our oldest son (age 12) just completed the 2022 Extreme Book Nerd Challenge for Kids by reading 25 books (at least 100 pages long) in specific categories. He earned a paperless writing tablet. The challenge lists 26 categories, and he got to choose which category to skip. Here are the categories and the books he … Continue reading Extreme Book Nerd for Kids – 2022

Norris Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park

5/22/22 Our last stop in Yellowstone National Park was Norris Geyser Basin. The museum was closed but there was a really great little trail around all the cool geysers and colored pools. Enjoy the photos! this lake was well-namedlittle bubbling vents made a delightful crackling sound We had such a great time visiting Yellowstone National … Continue reading Norris Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park

Artist Point – Canyon Village: South Rim Drive (part #2) – Yellowstone National Park

Apparently, while it was snowing tiny little snowballs at Uncle Tom’s Point, it had been snowing those tiny little snowballs at Artist Point too. They looked like styrofoam and the kiddos loved them. It was a totally different type of snow than we’ve ever seen before. From Artist Point, the views of Yellowstone Falls and … Continue reading Artist Point – Canyon Village: South Rim Drive (part #2) – Yellowstone National Park

Uncle Tom’s Point – Canyon Village: South Rim Drive (part #1) – Yellowstone National Park

5/22/22 Our 2nd day exploring Yellowstone National Park started with a visit to Canyon Village. The Visitor’s Center was closed except for a Ranger at a table outside, and the store/cafe was open too. Per the suggestion of the park Ranger, we decided to take South Rim Drive. We made stops at Uncle Tom’s Point … Continue reading Uncle Tom’s Point – Canyon Village: South Rim Drive (part #1) – Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana – Yellowstone National Park

On our recent trip to Yellowstone National Park, we stayed at Rainbow Point Campground, which is just outside West Yellowstone, Montana. I got a little confused because I booked the reservation on recreation .gov and I thought that the campsite was inside of Yellowstone National Park, and that “West Yellowstone” was the west side of … Continue reading West Yellowstone, Montana – Yellowstone National Park

Midway Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park

5/21/22 After Old Faithful we decided to stop at Midway Geyer Basin before heading back to camp at Rainbow Point Campground. Enjoy the photos of the steaming pools and bacteria mats. The colors in the pools are made by different types of bacteria that live in different temperatures of water. hot water falling into the … Continue reading Midway Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park