Mirror Lake – Yosemite National Park – California

We could’ve spent so much more time at Yosemite National Park. We are grateful that we were able to visit this amazing place before COVID-19 was spreading here in the US and the Shelter-in-Place directives were in effect. Yosemite is a really crowded park and I don’t think it would be possible to practice social … Continue reading Mirror Lake – Yosemite National Park – California

Bear Valley Visitor Center – Point Reyes National Seashore – California

2/8/20 Our first stop on our weekend getaway to the coast was Bear Valley visitor's Center. It was conveniently located only 5 minutes from the campground we stayed at. I hadn't done much activity planning before we left home and the staff at National Park Visitor Centers have always been exceptionally helpful when we inquire … Continue reading Bear Valley Visitor Center – Point Reyes National Seashore – California

Happy New Year’s Eve! 🎉

As 2019 comes to an end, we want to say "Thank you" to everyone who follows or visits our blog! Blogging would be so boring without you! Thank you for bringing joy to our journey with your prayers, love and support! 2019 started off pretty rocky for our family. Our lives were turned upside down … Continue reading Happy New Year’s Eve! 🎉

Rocky Mountain National Park – Bear Lake Trail & Colorado Cherry 🍒 Company & Jeep Jaunt – Colorado

Feature image by E. We wanted to make a 2nd trip to Rocky Mountain National Park, because we got rained out last Saturday on our first trip, Rocky Mountain National Park - Beaver Meadows Visitor Center & Lily Lake - Estes Park, Colorado. We decided to stop at Colorado Cherry Company on the way there. … Continue reading Rocky Mountain National Park – Bear Lake Trail & Colorado Cherry 🍒 Company & Jeep Jaunt – Colorado

Rocky Mountain National Park – Beaver Meadows Visitor Center & Lily Lake – Estes Park, Colorado

Our Sabbath day trip this week was to Rocky Mountain National Park. This is the 7th National Park we have visited on our displacement adventure. We ❤️ National Parks! We were in desperate need of Sabbath rest today. We have had a stressful week. Everyone has those weeks sometimes. We have found that observing a … Continue reading Rocky Mountain National Park – Beaver Meadows Visitor Center & Lily Lake – Estes Park, Colorado

Colorado National Monument – Fruita, Colorado

We took advantage of cooler weather Thursday (8/01/19) afternoon to visit Colorado National Monument. I was excited to see a tunnel cut right through the mountain. It was awesome driving through the mountain. What a great tunnel! There were actually three tunnels but I only snagged photos of one of them. You get the idea. … Continue reading Colorado National Monument – Fruita, Colorado

Dinosaur 🦕 National Monument – Jensen, Utah

We have two apprehensive paleontologists and one enthusiast dinosaur-lover in our posse of kiddos. Some of us were a little nervous about our trip to Dinosaur National Monument. This Stegosaurus statue is one of nine life-size dinosaur statues created by Louis Paul Jonas for the Sinclair Dinoland exhibit at the 1964-65 World Fair in New … Continue reading Dinosaur 🦕 National Monument – Jensen, Utah

Arches National Park & Portal RV Resort – Moab, Utah

Continuing our trek along Highway 50 (The Loneliest Road in America), we stayed just 2 nights in Moab, UT. Two nights was certainly not long enough to do it much justice. As my friend F.M. warned me, mid-July is not the best time of the year to visit Moab, UT. It's hot! The high temperature … Continue reading Arches National Park & Portal RV Resort – Moab, Utah

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

Thousand Springs State Park, Idaho

Finally, we're having a sunny weekend with no storms looming in the distance. We were able to check out Thousand Springs State Park near Hagerman, Idaho. This state park is made up of 5 units. We managed to visit 4 out of 5 on our waterfall hunt yesterday. The adventure was mostly driving, with very … Continue reading Thousand Springs State Park, Idaho