Next month, America’s National Parks will be celebrating their 100th birthday! With this in mind, we have been doing a post a month from March through August, highlighting five of the national parks we have visited. For July, the fourth National Park being featured on our count down is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Three years ago today with little information or warning, my now-husband whisked me away down a long and (sometimes winding) road. It was June 23rd, 2013 – the day he was going to pop the question! I’ve thought long and hard about it and, because this day was so special and sentimental to me, I decided […]
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 […]
New York City; the greatest city on earth! It’s hard to believe, but my husband and I visited New York three years ago this week. Millions of people love New York. I happen to love it for the city it is and also for the special place it holds in my heart. My husband is […]
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!
If you’re willing to pound the pavement from dusk-till-dawn, and do a little planning, it’s possible to cover a lot of ground and see a lot of big city sights in an extended weekend. Here’s our top eight places to check out in San Francisco if you’re short on time.
I have always wanted to try indoor skydiving and, prior to a recent trip to Vegas, I found a great deal online so I decided to jump on it!! My number one tip with indoor skydiving is to reserve a time early. It’s very popular and slots sell out several hours in advance.