As we left Yosemite and headed south, we stopped on our route and stayed at a campground about an hour from Kings Canyon National Park. We only had a day to spend in Sequoia National Park and it’s neighbor park, Kings Canyon, because of their distance from where we were staying. We enjoyed […]Read More Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks
Fear can rob us of a number of things if we let it. On one hand, healthy fear can be our friend. If we had no fears, we would do dumb things all of the time. On the other hand, fear that has a stronghold over us can really hold us back if we let […]Read More When Fear Stops You
There is no one way that families who travel school their children. It is safe to say thought that children who travel often usually get amazing first hand education. For our children, we especially enjoy giving them that first hand education by traveling to new cities, National and State Parks, and exploring museums and zoos […]Read More How do Kids Go To School While Traveling?
I have been amazed on this journey so far by how many people haven’t been to some of the main attractions in their own state! I was 2 hours north of Yosemite and spoke to a guy who said he would love to go there someday and was jealous that we would probably get to […]Read More Explore Your State!
When traveling, time zones can be a bigger deal than you first imagine! On a larger scale when traveling internationally, but we have felt the effects even just when traveling across the US! First of all, just keeping in contact with friends and family, or for a job can be a challenge until you get […]Read More Changing Time Zones When Traveling
This Sunday, January 28th, 2018 is Free Museum Day at many Southern California Museums and Science Centers! Here is a list of the museums that are participating in this free day! Some of these museums, such as the Palm Springs Art Museum (Desert Palm Branch), and The Getty Museum (pictured above) and the Villa, […]Read More SoCal Free Museum Day!
We enjoyed being home in Ohio and Pittsburgh, for December and January. We decided to keep our RV out of the freezing tundra, and instead booked some inexpensive Spirit Airlines flights from LAX to PIT. We got an extra percent off email, and were able to book our flights for a roundtrip total of […]Read More Flying from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles
We recently stayed at the Soledad Canyon RV Campground and Resort in Acton, CA. First impression of this campground was that the staff was friendly and the check in area was very nice. A train runs near the lower campground areas, and you can see our tour and review on this video! Let […]Read More Thousand Trails – Soledad Canyon RV Campground
“If you want to be happy in a million ways, for the holidays you can’t beat Home Sweet Home!” -Perry Como “Home for the Holidays” We put our RV and car in storage, and hopped on a Spirit plane at LAX. We sat by the friendliest mom and daughter duo, who played with the kids […]Read More Home Sweet Home
California’s coast had a great effect on us on this leg of our trip! It was amazing to us that in a few short weeks, we had seen coffee ground-like sand of Pacifica, fine white sand of Carmel, rocky beaches in Monterey, amazing sights of Big Sur, and on this trip, a pebble filled beach […]Read More Scenery, Sand Dunes, Butterflies, Celeb Spotting, and Elephant Seals in San Luis Obispo, San Simeon, and Oceano