The most important lesson we have learned over the past year is to be flexible. We cannot anticipate everything (typically the weather), and so we just have to roll with it when our plans are upended. The night before we were set to leave Leavenworth, we did our typical night-before strategizing. Since we had reservationsContinue reading “Last Minute Change of Plans, Olympia, Washington”
What does a year of fulltime RVing look like? 45,297 miles driven 39 states 235 miles hiked 78 campsites 303 fish caught 9 National Parks 35 State Parks A year of so many firsts. And we cannot wait to see where the road takes us in year 2!
We had an amazing time exploring Savannah and Hilton Head Island.
We thoroughly enjoyed our hike along the North and South Rims of Tallulah Gorge State Park.
We spent the week of Thanksgiving in Pittsburgh visiting family and catching up on doctor’s appointments and other commitments. Will and I took advantage of having eager grandparents nearby and headed into the city—JUST US—for an actual date! Since COVID has a stronghold on the traditional date destinations, we ended up walking around downtown PittsburghContinue reading “Getting into the Holiday Spirit in Pittsburgh, PA”
We loved staying so close to Warriors Path State Park and really took advantage of all it had to offer during our month in Tennessee.
This historic Cumberland Gap is a must see! We hiked to the top of Tri-State Peak and stood in Kentucky,
Tennessee, and Virginia all at once!
We explored Knoxville twice and we would go back in a heartbeat. Knoxville is definitely worth a visit!
The campground we are staying at in Tennessee is in a really great location, but it is about a 1.5-hour drive to many of the things we want to do and see. On a day when we were definitely not feeling spending a minimum of 3 hours in the car, I started doing some researchContinue reading “Weekend Hike in Laurel Run Park”