Glacier National Park, Montana – Day 2

My husband set his alarm and got us all up dark and early so we could have a chance at getting a parking space at Logan Pass. Many of the popular spots were totally full by 10 am the day before and the Logan Pass parking lot was blocked and monitored by Park Rangers. Heavens … Continue reading Glacier National Park, Montana – Day 2

Glacier National Park, Montana – Day 1

We had made reservations at St. Mary KOA back in December and it was finally time for our visit to Glacier National Park. St. Mary KOA was conveniently located about 5 minutes from the East entrance to Glacier National Park and a visitor center. sun’s in our eyes photos - better luck tomorrow… We drove … Continue reading Glacier National Park, Montana – Day 1

John Muir Trail – Harriman State Park, Idaho

“In every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks” - John Muir A spur-of-the-moment, Sabbath excursion to get some forest bathing in God’s great outdoors took us to Harriman State Park. Our first hike was the mostly flat, 1-mile John Muir Trail, which is a loop that starts near the visitor center. … Continue reading John Muir Trail – Harriman State Park, Idaho

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

2-Day, 3-Night RV Meal Plan

We eat really simple food when we go camping with our travel trailer. Here’s what we brought with us on a recent 2-day/3-night weekend getaway to Yellowstone National Park. Just in case you don’t need help meal planning, and you are already done reading this post, let me give you my #1 tip for cooking … Continue reading 2-Day, 3-Night RV Meal Plan

Fountain Paint Pots – Yellowstone National Park

5/21/22 Yellowstone Day #1: After visiting the West Yellowstone visitor’s center and purchasing Junior Ranger workbooks for $3 each, we opted to head to Old Faithful first. We got distracted and stopped to look at bison across the river… bison across the river we were really pretty far away from the bison we saw this … Continue reading Fountain Paint Pots – Yellowstone National Park

Rainbow Point Campground (Site B20) – West Yellowstone, Montana

We kicked off camping season 2022 with a weekend getaway to Yellowstone National Park! We stayed at Rainbow Point Campground. It is located on the banks of scenic Hebgen Lake, in southwestern Montana in Custer Gallatin National Forest. We had electric hookup, but no water hookup, no sewer hookup, and no dump site at the … Continue reading Rainbow Point Campground (Site B20) – West Yellowstone, Montana

Craters of the Moon National Monument – Idaho

Our first day trip since we moved to Idaho, was to visit Craters of the Moon National Monument back in September 2021. It was really very windy the day we visited. I hope y’all enjoy the photos. Plains Sunflower snow??? no. My plant ID app thinks it might be Cottonweed. climbing a hill of black … Continue reading Craters of the Moon National Monument – Idaho