It was raining on Sunday and we had to get out of the travel trailer, so we took the kids to see the new Paw Patrol movie. The theater had a floss vending machine in the lobby! 😂 🦷 Does your local theater have a floss vending machine?
I published this last week, but I failed to set the date properly. I’m just re-posting it today so it’s in a better sequential order on the blog. Well friends we have a big announcement. We sold our beautiful home in Northern California and we are moving to Idaho! We did things a little bit … Continue reading RV Homeschool 🤦🏻♀️ Here We Go Again!
My daughter got these super sweet paper dolls from her grandma for her 9th birthday. My friend over at http://singlikewildflowers.com has posted some cute toy photos lately, so I had to copy her idea and give her a shout out! My daughter did this fashion show photo shoot: Besides being absolutely adorable, these paper dolls … Continue reading Fashion Show
To conclude our weekend getaway to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks we spent about half a day visiting General Sherman, the biggest tree in the world (by volume). Thanks to the nice family behind us in line for taking our photo! We enjoyed some rock scrambling, gawking at the trees, and the kids took … Continue reading Sequoia National Park – California
On our drive to the bottom of King’s Canyon, we stumbled upon a turn out marked “Boyden Cavern”. We wanted a little leg stretch so we took the exit and noticed a sign reading “tours”. Unbeknownst to us, guided tours were being offered every half hour for $15/adult and $10/kids over age 5. We were … Continue reading Boyden Cavern – Sequoia National Forest – California
You won’t believe this, but we recently accidentally stumbled across the perfect Christmas in July thing… I know it’s August now but we did this trip in July so it still counts. Did you know that “the Nation’s Christmas Tree” is the General Grant tree in King’s Canyon National Park? General Grant - The Nation’s … Continue reading King’s Canyon National Park – California
Our trip to Bend, Oregon checked off 2 of our family bucket list places to visit: Crater Lake and Lava River Cave. We had visited Newberry National Volcanic Monument in May 2019, but were unable to tour the cave due to having very recently visited Pinnacles National Park – California. To avoid the spread of disease … Continue reading Lava River Cave at Newberry National Volcanic Monument – Bend, Oregon
We finally made it to Crater Lake National Park! This spot has been on our bucket list for almost 3 years. [Pardon me while I pat myself on the back for finally making it] At a max depth of 1,943 feet (592 meters), Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and the … Continue reading Crater Lake National Park – Oregon
Our youngest kiddo, age 7, requested a camping trip to Lake Siskiyou for his birthday this year. Happy Birthday B! We had a great weekend! Lake Siskiyou Campground is one of my most favorite camping places ever. Lake Siskiyou Campground The lake is so serene and Mt. Shasta in the backdrop is beautifully majestic. Lake … Continue reading Lake Siskiyou, California (2021)