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 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.
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.
Travis & I visited Wyoming on a road trip in 2013, we headed out of Colorado towards Kansas, then up to Nebraska, South & North Dakota where we hit Theodore Roosevelt National Park, over to Montana where we did Little Bighorn Battlefield & Pompey’s Pillar.
As, I mentioned on March 7th, we took a lot of road trips as a kid. We drove to Florida, Colorado and all over Texas, which totally counts!
On the road again…some people are made for road trips, they love the change in scenery and the pit stops every 100 miles. Some don’t, sitting for too long leaves them bored and their butt hurts…how do you make a road trip enjoyable for all?
Ok, so you know where you are going! That is great! But now what?
On Mondays for the entire month of March I am talking road trip planning! As a kid I grew up doing road trips, rarely did we take a trip that required riding on a plane, it was more cost efficient for my parents and involved a lot of family ‘bonding’.