Another quarter has come to an end, so it’s time for a roundup of our travel activities highlighting things that haven’t made it onto the blog yet! These posts offer glimpses of our travel happenings every quarter. I must say the third quarter of 2017 was very uneventful in terms of our travel activities. In […]
Nestled high in the Colorado mountains and located just to the west of Rocky Mountain National Park is Estes Park. Small mountain towns all tend to be very similar – buildings no more than three floors high, old fashion candy shops on main street, upscale dining options, and relatively expensive hotels. I’ve visited plenty of […]
This park is situated between Jackson Hole, WY and Yellowstone National Park and features one of the most iconic, most recognized, most beautiful, and most dramatic views in North America – The Teton Mountain Range, which is home to the idyllic Grand Teton peak. Tetons, which features other amazing peaks like Moran and Teewinot are breathtaking. Honestly, […]
There are so many things to try when visiting Alaska that its hard to narrow them down to make sure you have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the last frontier. While it’s important to weigh your options and activity levels carefully, it’s also important to determine what experiences you would not want to miss out on. For […]
In just a few short hours, I’m flying to Portland, Oregon. My hubby is there for a conference, and both of us have wanted to go there for awhile, so it was the obvious choice that I would fly out after work and we would spend the weekend there. This will be my first time […]
“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt” Rocky Mountain National Park is the second park we are featuring on the countdown to the 100th birthday of America’s National Parks in August. This expansive park is located in the north/central area of Colorado and features vast, mountainous […]
We tend to go a lot of places that are quite a distance away and offer a change of scenery from our daily lives in the Rocky Mountains. Oftentimes, that means we head to the ocean! However, for this year’s spring break trip we decided to head to Steamboat Springs, Colorado for something that was […]
In 2016, America’s National Parks will be celebrating their 100th birthday! With this in mind, I wrote a post a month from March through August, highlighting five of the national parks we have been to. As Yellowstone National Park is our country’s first national park, my first post is on YNP!