There is nothing quite like having your own personal tour guide when you arrive at a National Park, but we had just that as we pulled into the parking lot at the Visitor’s Center in Port Angeles and met up with Will’s uncle. Jack knows these mountains like the back of his hand from yearsContinue reading “Hiking Above the Clouds at Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington”
Toddlers laugh in the face of our best-laid plans, and Little Bird can often throw a wrench into our vision for the day. On our way to northeast Ohio, we left around 10:00 AM with the plan of arriving to our new campground around noon, eating lunch, and then having a quiet afternoon while BirdContinue reading “Wading through the Valley of Bluebells in Hogback Ridge Metropolitan Park, Ohio”
Living in a small space certainly has limitations, but when we were deciding on what to bring and what to leave behind, there was never a question that my sewing machine would be coming with us. My sewing machine, my iron and miniature ironing board, my cutting board, and my box of notions. The essentials.Continue reading “Sewing in a Camper”
We had a packed day trip to Beavers Bend State Park in Oklahoma and Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas.
We spent the day wandering around New Orleans, until my anxiety got the best of me…and the mom guilt.
We ventured to Farmer Mike’s U-Pick farm in Bonita Springs, Florida to pick strawberries.