Kings Canyon Waterfall – Carson City, Nevada

We haven't been on a hike in awhile and a Google search of "hiking for kids" in this area recommended Kings Canyon Waterfall Trail. It was 0.3 mile in and 0.3 mile out. That was really all K could handle today so it worked out pretty well. We got to ford a creek to get … Continue reading Kings Canyon Waterfall – Carson City, Nevada

Kings Beach State Recreation Area – Lake Tahoe, California

We really enjoyed kayaking on Lake Siskiyou, California, and we just couldn't resist another kayaking excursion on Lake Tahoe. We were thrilled to find a parking spot at Kings Beach and rented 2 double kayaks at "Adrift Tahoe". The staff was amazing, super-helpful, and friendly. It was cool and windy which made kayaking on the … Continue reading Kings Beach State Recreation Area – Lake Tahoe, California

New Frontier RV Park – Winnemucca, Nevada

E took the gorgeous sunset photo. Aren't those clouds just amazing! Winnemucca, NV is a stopping spot on the way to someplace else. Most RVers only stay here overnight. We are staying here for a week because E works Monday through Friday. We had different neighbors, on both sides of us, every night we stayed … Continue reading New Frontier RV Park – Winnemucca, Nevada

Going Grey with Glamor and Grace

"Grey hair is a crown of splendor; it is attained in the way of righteousness." - Proverbs 16:31 (NIV) I can't blame my early grey hair on the Camp Fire or our decision to move into an RV. I can't blame my kiddos either. I can (and I will) blame genetics. My dad's side of … Continue reading Going Grey with Glamor and Grace

Mountain Home RV Resort, Idaho

Happy Father's Day! E took the sunrise photo. I'm so blessed to have such a hard-working husband who gets up early to work while I stay in bed snuggling with my kiddos! I'm such a lucky mama! Poor E, he is spending his Father's Day driving to our next destination. Plus, the poor man's been … Continue reading Mountain Home RV Resort, Idaho

RV Living Quarterly Report (June 2019) – Six Month Stats, Q&A, and Traveling Insights

We officially began living in our RV on December 14, 2018. It's our 6 month Winnebago anniversary today! That's right, any excuse for a cupcake! I do realize that I didn't write a quarterly report in March, (which would have been our 3 month Winnebago anniversary). I just hadn't felt up to blogging quite yet … Continue reading RV Living Quarterly Report (June 2019) – Six Month Stats, Q&A, and Traveling Insights

The 10 Best RV Toys for Kids

Our family of 5 has been living full-time, in our 35-ft Winnebago for about 6 months. Our kiddos are ages 5, 6 and 9. In no particular order, here are 10 of our favorite toys. 1. Legos/Lego Technic/Lego Friends - each kiddo has a small clear storage bin from Costco for their Lego collection. They … Continue reading The 10 Best RV Toys for Kids

17 Essential Items for Living in Your RV

Our family of 5 has been living full-time in our 35-foot Winnebago for about 6 months. These are our top 17 essential RV items. Most of the items listed, either smell good, save space or make cooking/cleaning/laundry easier. This is a list of interior items for homemaking, cleaning and organizing. This list does not include … Continue reading 17 Essential Items for Living in Your RV

Discovery Center of Idaho – Boise

We had the pleasure of meeting some of E's family for dinner last week and they gave us a glowing recommendation of the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise. The kiddos were extremely interested in their current special exhibit, "Bricks". We ❤️ Legos. Legos are one of the very best toys for kiddos living in … Continue reading Discovery Center of Idaho – Boise

Bruneau Dunes State Park, Idaho

Sunny skies and cooler temps made perfect weather for a day trip to Bruneau Dunes State Park (pronounced "Bruno"). Located in southern Idaho, this state park boasts North America's highest single-structured sand dune (about 470 feet high). This visit was E's belated birthday activity and we rented a sand-board to try out a new sport. … Continue reading Bruneau Dunes State Park, Idaho