21 things to do in Dubois, Wyoming

Dubois, Wyoming /ˈdjuːbɔɪz/ dew-boyz/  is one of those small towns that is full of cowboy charm and a great place to visit.  It is only 80 miles from anywhere (according to the locals) and is a great base camp for visiting Yellowstone and the Grand Titans National Parks. Only 971 people live in this small, quant town year around and if you ask anyone they would love to keep it that way, or least the older generation Continue reading

Aerial adventure course at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Who says doing a aerial adventure or ropes course is not considered school. Well, when you Roadschool everything is considered school and a learning experience. At the Jackson Hole Grand Adventure Park in Jackson Hole Mountain Resort you can do a lot things. We paid $35 per person to do the Aerial adventure course, which included zip lining, that lasted for about hour and half or three times around the course. We chose this over the bungy Continue reading

Unschool Class at Yellowstone

The best thing about traveling fulltime is getting to see places like the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Disney. We love the adventure of getting their and stopping at all the roadside attractions along the way. Today adventure was Unschool class at Yellowstone. What could be more fun than driving around and looking at amazing views, looking for wild animals and watching people.  Today we didn’t follow a curriculum or plan out any activities but drove all Continue reading

Unschool survival skill: learning how to gut a fish at Brooks Lake

To be honest with everyone, I know absolutely nothing about fishing, what kind of reel you should use and especially how to gut a fish.   I honestly really have no desire to learn how to kill and gut any animal, and I like the idea that food magically ends up in the grocery store and no animals were hurt before I eat them (Chrissie land is wonderful place, LOL).  I do however want the girls Continue reading

Roadside Trivia: Where is Sacagawea buried?

Have you ever wondered where Sacagawea was buried? Ok me neither but we found out by accident today because we saw a sign on the way to South Pass City.  This is not an easy place to find but luckily I had 3G (which is a miracle in this area) and could look it up on Roadside America. Here is what I found: From Lander drive north on US Hwy 287 to Fort Washakie, about 14 miles. Continue reading

Birthday week fun and educational with the Grandparents

When you travel full time big birthday parties with all your friends from back home, Savannah GA , are out of the question.  Luckily we are staying and working at a wonderful KOA with three sets of fill in Grandparents and one mom to be fill in (who should have her little boy anyday).  Huggs was especially excited this year because her Granny and Grandpa flew all the way to Wyoming to celebrate her 11th Continue reading