The Strawberry Festival is filled with yummy mouth water fruity goodness. We had so much fun picking our own strawberries at Ottawa Farms. We enjoyed fresh strawberries, homemade ice cream, a camel ride ( we really just watched), arts & crafts, live music, the list goes on and on. 17th Annual Strawberry Festival We started the 17th annual Strawberry Festival off with free parking and $5 per person to enter. Our first adventure was petting a baby Continue reading →
Can kids become socialized on the road if you travel fulltime? If you are like my family and Unschool, or Roadschool you worry about your children finding friends to play with. We travel fulltime which makes it even harder for kids to find other kids their own age. You may wonder if your children will turn out to be weird or antisocial. My kids biggest complained is the lack of kids at campsites during the school year. Honestly, Continue reading →
We love to go hiking in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park and have found it to be filled with history and beauty. Hiking can be a great activity to do with the whole family and is a great way to see some amazing places. We picked three hikes this week that would be educational, beautiful with lots of water falls, picturesque, and easy to walk. We like doing easy to moderate hikes and to Continue reading →
Summer is almost upon us and everyone is starting to plan those summer vacations and adventures. Some may go to our favorite place on earth, Disney World, while others may travel by plane, car, or even RV. Take a Roadschool summer adventure this summer and learn the fun way. The question most parents have is, can the kids learn anything while we are vacationing without them knowing? We travel full-time in an RV and Roadschool Continue reading →
I love Unschooling, and the thing I love the most is that it can be as relaxed as I like it to be. I usually take the very relaxed approach because why make things harder than they need to be. We recently went to the beach and had an Unschooled class at the Beach. We had a lot of fun looking at the animal, birds, water, waves, shells, sand, people watching and hiked for miles Continue reading →
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 →
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