Let’s be real, if there’s anyone who needs to be able to take a break from “real life”, its single parents. Whether you’re a single mom, dad or guardian and are raising a child(or children) alone, you must be one tough cookie. Maybe Raising kids is […]
Category: State & National Parks
If you didn’t get a chance to travel along with us in May down the California Pacific Coast Highway be sure to check out our All-Things-California posts. And if you can’t pull yourself away to explore all you need is a little culture immersion to get you in […]
If you’re visiting San Francisco or driving down the California coast, the opportunity to see coastal Redwoods lies in Muir Woods National Monument. I love nature and have always wanted to see these gorgeous towering giants, so on our recent Pacific Coast Highway trip, we […]
I’ll admit up front that I have not camped at Alum Creek State Park. However, there is more to do here than just camp. The biggest draw is that if you live in Columbus its the closest you can get to nature without vacationing. If you’re […]
Our visit to the central coast of California was part of our recent Pacific Coast Highway trip, but this gorgeous stretch of coastline really deserves to be its own destination. I loved Monterey and while we were only there for about a day and half, I fell in love with the people, the landscapes and the culture. (more…)
If you are travelling to San Antonio any time soon and want to add some history, culture and balance make sure to take a trip down Mission Road. Accessible from the San Antonio River Walk you’ll be sure to see at least a few of […]
We could probably live in Asheville, North Carolina. Nature, boutique shopping, hipster eats, an Oregon-like culture tucked in the foothills of Blue Ridge Parkway without the higher cost of living.