On the recommendation of my friend, RR, over at https://rookieroadsters.com/, we visited the Museum of Clean in Pocatello. This was such a fun museum. There were so many hands on activities and fascinating unique items to see. It was a homeschool STEAM dream covering subjects such as history, social studies, art, science, technology and engineering. … Continue reading Museum of Clean – Pocatello, Idaho
Now that we live in Idaho, I felt it was only proper to make a trip to the Idaho Potato museum in Blackfoot. The small museum was very interesting and educational. interesting potato cooking devices world’s biggest potato chip What’s your favorite type of potato? If I ever find one of these vintage potato sacks … Continue reading Idaho Potato Museum – Blackfoot, 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
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!
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