While the Western part of the country is experiencing a lack of water and dried lakes, upper Minnesota is overflowing with water. Lake Vermilion, the lake we work at, is 2 feet above average and that’s with a low lake level at the end of last summer. Rainy Lake, a popular destination in Voyager National … More Waterlogged

Our kind of winter

Seems like yesterday we left Minnesota, anticipating the warm winter and cool ocean breeze only Florida can bring to realize we’ve been here for 5 months. And this is our first Florida blog post, yikes! It’s not that writing about our experiences isn’t important, it’s that with social media posts, working and just living that … More Our kind of winter

So Long Friend

Another summer at Grand Teton has passed and gone by to quick. We keep busy when we are here but always at the end of the season we are squeezing in just one more hike, one more sunset or just one more drive around looking for wildlife, as there always seems like we should have … More So Long Friend

Year 2.5

We are here working at Grand Teton National Park making this our second full season with a half season squeezed in first making this 2.5 summers here. The added bonus this season is having Buckley. Pets are allowed on any paved area or road so he’s been to a couple of our favorite places: the … More Year 2.5


That’s how many days we have been living on the road: 2,190. We had no idea when we started this journey six years would pass in the blink of an eye and that we would still be loving the RV lifestyle. There are times when living on the road is tough: not seeing loved ones … More 2190

Death Valley and more

There is just something about Death Valley National Park that just draws us. The colors, the unique features, the ever changing landscape. Being the largest national park in the continental US, Death Valley offers something for everyone. Multiple sand dunes, scenic drives, hiking, canyons, sliding rocks and noteworthy features like Badwater Basin, the lowest point … More Death Valley and more


Yosemite is an icon and one cannot think of the national park system without thinking of this park. Yosemite was photographer Ansel Adams’ inspiration and one of his most famous photographs was of Yosemite Valley. Filled with waterfalls, towering cliffs and sequoias, one can understand why this is a special park. Yosemite is most known … More Yosemite