Favorite President

President Theodore Roosevelt is my favorite president. Without him and the help of nature activists, there would be no National Park Services. Could one imagine not preserving the emerald colored water and tall mountain peaks at Glacier National Park? Or not being able to see the beauty and strength of Mount Rainier? Or not being … More Favorite President

Half a Year

Has it really been six months since we left Seattle? It feels like yesterday we were talking about taking this trip and now here we are six months into it. Time does go by quickly when you are out having fun! The RV lifestyle has given us the opportunity to visit places we normally wouldn’t … More Half a Year

Something old…

The world of full-time RVers (meaning you live in the RV all year around) may seem large, but it’s actually quite small. Once on the road, we found that we see some of the same RVers at varies campgrounds or passing through the same area. Some websites allow you to “check in” to a campground … More Something old…

Resolutions

  As my friends and family know, I am all about getting in my 10,000 steps every day. It all started when I got injured while training for the 2015 Disneyworld Marathon. I needed to rest, but I also knew it wasn’t good to be inactive, so this became my new workout plan. Getting in … More Resolutions

Merry Christmas

Brad and I decided two things this week. One, we do not like the snow and two, it doesn’t feel like Christmas without snow. Contradicts itself, right? Let me explain. We grew up in the Midwest where it is cold and snowy in the winter. Nine out of ten times, there is going to be … More Merry Christmas

Give Thanks

We are on the road again! Staying in South Carolina, we traveled south for our shortest drive yet, 2 hours. We pulled into the campground and it was muddy, wet, and full of potholes. This campground got hit hard with all the rain and the effects were still seen. Luckily, it will be sunny and … More Give Thanks