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 →
It’s our “NOMADAVERSARY” (Nomadic Anniversary) of traveling for our first year on the road! We did it, and we love it so much that we are going to keep going. Yep, we have family members, friends, and complete strangers who think we are crazy. I say if you’re not a little crazy, you can’t do what we are doing or have done! We left our sticks and bricks house for adventure, memories, and lots of laughs. We Continue reading →
The 7th Ranch RV Park and Little Big Horn The 7th Ranch RV park is a little slice of heaven and right next to Little Big Horn. This RV park and working Ranch was the most relaxing and scenic place we have visited. It is apparent that the owners care for the park and the animals on the ranch. We were at their soft opening which was fine with us because we had the whole Continue reading →
We visited the petrified forest walked the trail and did the Jr. Ranger Program. The girls learned about dinosaurs, and how the forest was petrified. We learned why all the petrified wood had so many beautiful colors. This is an amazing place and is a must-see not only for history and science. Munchy and Hug’s creative story of how petrified forest was made: Many moons ago when the smurfs came to be they found giant wood Continue reading →
The word that comes to mind when I think about our drive through Zion and Bryce National Parks is majestic. We have been in Beaver Utah for the last week trying to do some research on Alaska and avoid the snow (it didn’t work). By the way, Beaver, Utah is where the Mormans came to settle in Utah. We received several brochures with the history of the town, I am probably the only one that Continue reading →
Nevada is a huge desert (I miss grass) that has some of the most beautiful scenery in all of America. Lake Mead is surrounded by huge mountains with amazing views of the night sky. We loved staying at the RV Village right next to the state park, mainly because it had full hookups. The spaces were a little tight but the park served its purpose which is just fine with us, where are not picky Continue reading →
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