Hey y’all! I’ve been a little MIA here lately. You see hubs (and fur kids) and I are moving back to Colorado Springs in the next few weeks. This is 1) freaking amazing and I’m so excited and 2) very quick and causing me a lot of anxiety
Well, after 3 years and 4 months in the Golden State, our little family is moving. I’m the first to admit that our time in California has been anything but easy. It’s been hard living in an apartment, the stress of my husband’s job, and the struggles of living somewhere where you’re heart doesn’t feel … More Our Next Adventure
My parent’s come to visit us in California once a year, and since none of us are really thrilled with the options of things to do in Modesto, we tend to visit somewhere else. Last year, we spent a few days in the Bay and a few days in South Lake Tahoe. This year, we … More South Lake Tahoe 2017
I hope you’ve enjoyed revisiting my adventures to some of my favorite National Parks, I’ve encountered over the last few years, and surprisingly that’s not ALL of them!
We found Pinnacles NP almost by accident, we were wanting to explore a new place while family was visiting. We were thrilled to find this little hidden treasure just off the California coast.
Summer is coming to an end, hopefully soon. And with it new opportunities to save on those energy bills!
In 2006, we went on an epic family vacation to Denali National Park in Central Alaska. It was one of the best National Park visits I have.
We visited Theodore Roosevelt NP in 2013 as part of a 7 state road trip, some may have called us crazy for such an epic trip and since hindsight is 20\20 I would totally agree with them.
I commonly refer to myself as a misplaced texan. You see I was born, raised and lived in the Lone Star State for 25 years before moving out. Travis and I originally left for the Rocky Mountains in Colorado before ending up in California.
Travis & I are late to the solar eclipse game, so to speak. We planned out trip to the path of totality a mere month ago, because #procrastinationlife.