Roadside Fun: Name the animal that helps guard a Columbian Mammoth herd

Name the animal that helps guard a Columbian Mammoth herd. We just visited The Waco Mammoth National Monument with some friends from Fulltime Families. The kids learned about the Columbian Mammoths and believed to be twice the size of Woolly Mammoths. Columbian Mammoths First, a little history about Columbian Mammoths that we learned during our tour of the dig site. The site consists of three different time periods. Our tour we learned about a herd Continue reading

If you only have 24 hours in Blowing Green, Kentucky, what places do you visit?

If you only have 24 hours in Blowing Green Kentucky, what do you visit? You visit the two most popular places in the area. I have a special place in my heart for Corvettes and caves so we chose The National Corvette Museum and Mammoth Cave. Mammoth Cave Mammoth Cave was filled with cool air, large stalagmites and stalactites and miles of limestone. We opted to go on a tour with a Ranger and over Continue reading

Visiting The Airstream Factory Tour in Jackson Center, Ohio

AI cannot tell you how excited we were to take the Airstream Factory Tour in Jackson Center, Ohio. Not Because it is one of the oldest and best-built RV on the market. The main reason is because they look so cool and we have always wanted one. I honestly don’t know if we could full-time in an Airstream but if one was given to us I would figure out to make it work. Imagine an Continue reading

Do these Seven Fantastic things while visiting York Pennsylvania with Kids

Finding inexpensive activities in York Pennsylvania with Kids is always a challenge but York offers more than the average town. It is known as the Factory Capital of the World. Kids are welcome at all the tours and most are 100% Free. Factory tours are a great way to learn about industry, technology, engineering, and potential carriers. We actually came to York because is was less expensive and only an hour from Hershey, PA. Our main Continue reading

Celebrating three year Nomadic Anniversary

I can’t believe we have traveled for over three years, and we are celebrating our third Nomadic Anniversary, man time has flown by. We have visited over 40 states, museums, and more zoos than I can count. We have seen bears, buffalo, zip lined, ventured into caves, and even climbed mountains. Hiked through forests, cooked smores, went swimming in HotSprings. Made a snow thrown, and drove part of route 66 with hopes to drive it Continue reading

Field Trip Week: Learn history, technology, engineering Antique Car Show

Antique Cars are slowly becoming a thing of the past, and most kids have never seen one up close. Unlike most kids I grew up around antique cars because my father was always working on one.  We were lucky enough to spend the week with my parents and my brother while learning and looking at antique cars. The girls learned history, technology, engineering, and car values now and then. We even got to visit my Continue reading