Bryce Canyon National Park

  We stayed just a mile outside of Bryce Canyon National Park at free National Forest land there. Our spot was within walking distance to town, there were a few other RVs and tents around, we saw a few pronghorn around our site, and there were some trails nearby as well. We started our visit […]

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Zion National Park

  For our first Utah National Park on our summer National Park tour, we headed to the epic Zion National Park. We took a drive through the park from the east entrance, headed to the visitor’s center, which is near the South entrance, and we were blown away! After having been to the Grand Canyon […]

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See you later, Arizona

Arizona, How’d you get so cool? I don’t know if cool is a word that is often used to describe Arizona, unless maybe you are here in January, but man did we enjoy our time in this state! Each spot that we went to was more and more amazing, and we are sad to be […]

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Fredonia, AZ

We used our Passport America membership (if get a $44 membership, please insert our referral # C-711961), scoring an RV site at the Kaibab Paiute Tribal Campground, with full hookups for 50% off, at a total of $12.50 a night! We stayed here 6 nights and think they would have let us stay even longer at […]

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Page Packs a Punch

  From the Grand Canyon, we headed north to Page. We stopped along the way at Cameron’s Trading Post, which has a great restaurant. We didn’t make it in time for breakfast, so we instead ordered the Navajo Taco’s that are made on delicious Native American Fry Bread. We definitely recommend a stop here if […]

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Grand Canyon National Park

It was all of our first times seeing the Grand Canyon! We had heard a lot about it, of course, but it is a thing you really have to see to believe how truly grand it is! We stayed on nearby free land in the Kaibab National Forest just a mile right outside of   of […]

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Williams, Arizona

“The Gateway to the Grand Canyon” as it is called. Williams is a cute town with a big train, and lots of heart and history. We stayed a too short two nights at the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. We went to this park because it was recommended by fellow travelers, was on the way […]

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In the waiting…

Seasons of waiting, when you can see what you want, but can’t quite get there yet, can be difficult to walk through. These waiting room seasons are also part of the journey, and a place where we can grow to get ready for where we are headed. College, waiting to sell a house, buy a […]

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