It has always been a dream of mine to visit Seattle, so even though we were an hour and a half drive and then a ferry ride away, Will promised me (with reluctance) we would get there. We made our trip on a Saturday morning knowing that it was going to be busy, but thatContinue reading “Our Walking Tour of Seattle, Washington”
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Finding My Happy at the South Carolina Botanical Garden
We are truly living our dream, yet the days of pure joy have been hard to come by. It took me 9 months after Little Bird’s birth to seek help for depression and an additional 9 months to genuinely feel like myself.
Finding Gems in Southern Coal Country
We were pleasantly surprised with our visits to Natural Tunnel and Bad Branch Falls. Two of the most beautiful hikes we’ve been on.
Seeing the Star at Mill Mountain
One of the fun and challenging things about living on the road is getting orders from Amazon. When we went to place an order from our campground in Virginia, we learned that the closest Amazon pick up was in Roanoke. While some may find driving 1.5 hours one way to pick up a package aContinue reading “Seeing the Star at Mill Mountain”
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Hiking Apple Orchard Mountain
In any state we visit, if we are near the Appalachian Trail, you can bet we are going to find a way to hike at least a few miles of it. There is something truly special about setting foot on a trail that so many have hiked. I just love hiking and thinking about allContinue reading “Hiking Apple Orchard Mountain”
Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park
We could not visit Virginia and not go to Shenandoah National Park, even if it was a full day trip.
Standing at the Confluence: Our First Trip Back to Pittsburgh
We were back at our home base recently, and I think Will and I were both surprised at how foreign being back felt. We have really adapted to our life on the road, and after 3 months of living in the camper, it is truly home.
Covered Bridges of Lancaster County
On our final day in central Pennsylvania, we visited 7 of their historical covered bridges.
Apple Picking in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is starting to look and feel like fall, which meant it was time to go apple picking. We found a great pick your own orchard outside of Lancaster and made our plans to go on our final weekday of our stay.