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We recently started a new tradition of creating a calendar that contains our best pics from our travels and adventures as a gift to our families. They have mentioned several times how much they enjoy our calendar. The calendar we create is one that recaps many of our experiences in adventure and travel over the past year. Here is our Top 12 calendar worthy nature pics. Travel Recap Captions This year was… Read More

Covid19 Update: The park is now open for all recreational opportunities. Camping is available on a limited basis, visit the national park website for current information. The geological characteristics of Capitol Reef National Park are no doubt just as intrigueing as they are beautiful. These incredible rock formations of all shapes and sizes were formed over millions of years as a result of water, erosion, weather, and other natural activities of the… Read More

Channel Islands National Park is certainly one that we highly recommend visiting! It is an adventure like no other! From the catamaran ride over to the island, to the island hiking trails, and Painted Cave. It is one that will certainly not disappoint! Sit back, and take a tour with us as we take you to Channel Islands National Park | Santa Cruz Island. The Park We didn’t know what to expect… Read More

Imagine a life where you are surrounded by the most beautiful landscapes, ocean blue waters, and palm trees galore. You might say this is all a dream. Well, we call this California Dreaming and we hope to entice you. San Diego is known as ‘America’s Finest City’, and here’s a few reasons why. I’ve compiled a list of unique and fun things to do in San Diego. San Diego is a vacationer’s… Read More

The following guest blog I wrote for CancerCare Parcel, a resource that offers comfort, support and inspiration to those dealing with or affected by cancer. MUM, CANCER AND ME:  HOW I HELPED MY MUM FIGHT BACK FROM ACROSS THE MILES It’s Probably One Of The Worst Things For Someone To Be Told: “You Have Cancer,” It can be devastating for a spouse or family member to hear it as well. I admit… Read More

The excitement of moving to a new community can be both overwhelming and exciting! However, there are also other emotions that accompany a big move, especially when its to an area that is hurricane prone or an active weather place. Which leads me to where I begin to share with you how I survived 4 hurricanes in a 5 year span. The Move Making a local move is one thing, but packing… Read More

Hawaii is more than just beaches, palm trees, and amazing sunsets. You will also find an abundance of adventure! Koko Crater Head Trail, AKA Koko Head Stairs is an impressive hike that can be seen as you drive on Kalanianaole Hwy:  The spectacular views will not be the only thing that gets your heart racing as you are hiking Koko Head stairs in Hawaii. View at the top of Koko Head, Hawaii… Read More

Summer is one of my favorite times of year, so I wanted to compile a recap of some of the most spectacular #sunsets in places I have had the privilege of visiting. In the last 10 months, I have had the opportunity to go exploring and travel a little more than previous years. We seen places that we’ve only talked about and had a desire to visit, and now finally we have… Read More

Weekends are very special to people, it is considered very valuable time for some. It’s also great for going outdoors and exploring the local area hiking trails, especially in San Diego. I love hiking new trails and also learning about the area. Which is why I am hiking 2 for 1 Archeological Trails|Santa Fe Valley and Del Dios Gorge. How To Get There If you have the desire to make the most… Read More

Road trips can be so exciting and unpredictable. They do require a lot of planning and coordinating depending on the hours you want to drive. This is our epic coastal road trip pt 2 and the goal is to take a break from driving, and enjoy the surroundings. Our adventurous journey continues, on this gorgeous sunny day in June. This part of the trip is perfect for hiking, exploring the Redwoods, and… Read More