On the winding back roads of northeast Wyoming, lies America’s first national monument, Devils Tower. This is an amazing site, which was created millions of years ago…
As Dorothy said to Toto in The Wizard of Oz, “We’re not in Kansas anymore.” Really, there isn’t much in Kansas, especially Topeka, so it’s good to be home from there… However, if you ever happen to find yourself in that neck of the woods, you have to make it a point to have dinner […]
It’s hard to believe we’re coming down to the end of 2015, and we are approaching our final two trips for the year. We have a quick overnight family holiday next weekend, and then we will leave the weekend after that for our final beach holiday of the year. As the year is coming to an end, I always like to reflect back on the great year we are about to leave behind.
With stunning mountain scenery, abundant wildlife, endless outdoor activities, top-notch restaurants, and proximity to Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole is a prime travel destination in Wyoming. Having lived there for a year and half, I was also able to see the other side of Jackson, and pick up some tips along the way. Now, whenever […]
A few thoughts on beginning blogging! Source: Beginning Blogging Tips
Boston has always been an iconic east coast American city on our list to visit. We had the opportunity to spend 5 quick days there, which was definitely not enough time to cover all this amazing city and area has to offer.
Today I feel like a kid in a candy store! My email is blowing up with CyberMonday travel blasts and I can’t seem to navigate the sales, discounts, coupon codes, and offers fast enough. I’m giddy with all the possibilities! Anyone else feeling this way? Comment below and tell me what travel deals you’re looking […]
Have you ever explored your hometown the way a visitor would? I had five days off work, so I tried “getting out there”, to make the most of my staycation. But, we were hit by a storm and it was pretty cold, so I didn’t venture out as much as I would have liked. However, […]
It’s the morning of Black Friday. The sun hasn’t come up yet and it is cold outside… 7 degrees to be exact. This morning, millions of people rushed out of their homes in the wee hours, braving the frigid cold to battle over deeply discounted electronics and toys. I’m also up early this morning hoping to […]
In the winter, my activities change a little. I have a big list of “to-do’s” and most of the projects involve cleaning and organizing. It was cold this morning, so I decided to spend a little time organizing old photos. I came across photos from my first trip to Europe, which always makes me reminisce […]