Between our RV and car we cover a lot of miles across the US. And if you watch my instagram feed while we’re on the road you know that we LOVE trying regional food! So it was a no-brainer when Discover Our America asked if I wanted to try their new state-themed monthly subscription box. […]
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It has yet to fail to happen. At least once a year I succumb to a cold. It begins with a scratchy throat and itchy eyes. Then the sneezing starts, followed by the runny nose. If left to run its own course a couple days, and one raw, red nose later, the sinuses begin to clog, […]
Fort Worth, Texas, quickly became one of my favorite cities to visit. Filled with history, culture, terrific food and loads of family friendly activities, we look forward to every visit. A perfect day in Fort Worth begins just after breakfast with a visit to Forest Park. A beautiful, mature parkland nestled along the Trinity River, this […]
When choosing a hotel for a family vacation it’s important to know your priorities. What do you need most in a hotel room? If your first choices are luxury, amenities, and pampering let me save you some time and say Extended Stay America is not for you. If you are looking for good value in a […]
Last fall Clear Lake, Iowa hired me to write a few pages of camping tips for their 2016 Visitors Guide. Which I was thrilled to do (of course!) But what thrilled me even more is that my tips are not only in the fabulous print edition of Destination: Clear Lake but are also online! Top […]
In honor of National Parks Week (April 16-24, 2016) as well as the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, I want to challenge you to visit at least one national park this year. To help inspire you I asked some of my travel blogging friends to share a bit about their favorite National Parks. National Parks […]
I’m going to tell you how my family can travel without using credit, but first I think it’s only fair to begin this post with a disclaimer… Being a travel blogger has it’s perks- one of those being the ‘FAM trip’. FAM, or familiarization, trips seem to be the holy grail of travel blogging. Because, […]
I’ll lead with the answer: No. You do not always need to tow a car behind your RV. So, how do we come to that decision? In this article, written for The Scenic Route at GoRVing.com, I explain how we decide To Tow… or No? Before we purchased our motorhome we had a small expandable travel […]