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How to Spend 1 Day in Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is gorgeous. It is also huge, so you will not be able to see it all in one day. In one day, you’ll barely make a scratch in its surface. But one day is... Continue Reading →

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How to Spend one day in the Badlands

A Little Bit About the Badlands Badlands National Park is a strange place. The landscape is like nothing I had ever seen before and I stated a few times while I was there that I felt like I was on... Continue Reading →

How to Spend 1 Day in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A Little Bit About Theodore Roosevelt National Park When I went to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota I wasn’t really sure what to expect because this isn’t a park that you hear about very often. I’m glad I... Continue Reading →

13 Driving Tips for Long Road Trips

Road Trips are a lot of fun but they can also cause a bit of stress, especially as it relates to your vehicle and driving. Here are 13 Tips I have to make the drive go faster and your car... Continue Reading →

How to Spend 1 Day in Acadia National Park

  A Little Bit About Acadia Acadia National Park is located near Bar Harbor in south eastern Maine. It is one of the smallest National Parks, but is also one of the most visited, with around 2 million visitors annually.... Continue Reading →

Las Vegas

After checking out the Hoover Dam we were excited to head into Vegas for a night out on the town.  The interstate leading into Vegas is insane. There are six lanes and people were driving incredibly fast, zipping in and... Continue Reading →

The Hoover Dam

We slept in a little bit the next morning which felt good after a long day of driving and site seeing on Route 66. After eating breakfast and packing up camp, our first adventure for the day was checking out... Continue Reading →

Route 66 – Barstow and Baker

The drive from Sequoia National Park to Las Vegas is pretty much a long stretch of highway that passes by a whole lot of empty. It is beautiful though because it passes right by the Mojave Desert and mountains. Also,... Continue Reading →

Sequoia National Park

We woke up early and made the short journey south from King Canyon to check out Sequoia National Park. The parks border each other, so the drive is short and most people group the two parks together as a sort... Continue Reading →

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