Our day trip to Houston proved what we have known to be true for the past 6 months. Our prayers to follow Will’s job to Houston went unanswered for a reason. And we are so very thankful for that.
For our day trip to Dallas, I planned a walking tour around downtown. There were a few places we definitely wanted to see, but the majority of my planning came from poking around Google Maps and TripAdvisor to find different attractions.
This week marks our 6-month anniversary of being on the road. This is where you probably expect me to say that “it feels like we just started,” but in reality, it feels like we have been doing this for so much longer—in the best (and sometimes worst) ways.
Life was catching up to us in ways we had not had time to recognize as we pulled into this Texas campground, so having this break in the action was a very welcome reprieve.
We were really not sure what to expect during our visit to Hot Springs, or really Arkansas in general, but we were blown away with the unexpected scenery and unique setting of the national park and the surrounding area.
I got some much needed me time in Fort Pickens, Florida to find some balance and enjoy a morning exploring the fort and surrounding trails.
We boondocked at Golden Acres Ranch, a Harvest Hosts location, and got to love on baby goats!
We visited Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in South Florida.
We went to Ten Thousand Islands at sunset to watch thousands of birds return to roost for the night.
We visited Jonathan Dickinson State Park to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy Atlantic coast, even for just a few hours.