We picked up our first RV two weekends ago. After picking up your RV, especially first timers it’s recommended to … More
Teddy and I love to travel as you’ve seen if you’ve read any of my other blogs. We’ve been dating … More
There are some of my favorite apps I use while traveling. They help with where to find great food, the route to take, where to stay, interesting spots to stop along the way, and great places to hike.
Traveling can get to be quite expensive if you don’t plan out what you are going to spend ahead of time. Something I have done prior to booking anything for a trip is to write out my budget in various categories ahead of time.
So while this post is how to spend a day in the park, you could spend only a few hours here and still get to see most of it.
Are you trying to travel more frequently but have a limited amount of time off? Or do you have work flexibility but you’re unsure how to best maximize the time you have? Below you’ll find 7 tips that cover how to make the most of whatever time off you have.
This year, Teddy and I explored 22 states together and then we each took a trip with friends; Teddy went to Kansas for a hunting trip and I went to the Texas panhandle. We took a week long road trip through New England, and then one to South Carolina for his mater’s degree graduation from Clemson. The rest of our travels were either over weekends or during holidays when we already had off.
There’s still time to see beautiful fall colors this fall. Because of some of the more recent warmer temperatures, there are many locations where the leaves haven’t peaked yet.
While only two full days in Texas can seem short, it was both relaxing and an adventure. Below are a few suggestions on where to stay, what to do, and where to eat.
There is a never ending list of things to do in Colorado, but during my 10 Day Trip to Arizona … More