RV Camping & Hiking in Grand Teton NP


Our second visit to Grand Teton National Park turned out to be a success!  We first visited this park in 2015, after exploring Yellowstone National Park (you can read about that visit HERE). We immediately fell head-over-heels for the Tetons and the adorable town of Jackson, Wyoming. This area left a serious imprint on our hearts the first time we visited…so it was thrilling to learn that we loved it even more the second time around. Continue reading → RV Camping & Hiking in Grand Teton NP

Visiting Yellowstone National Park

Some landmarks are so essential to the American landscape, that you truly need more than one visit. Yellowstone is such a place. We first visited in September of 2015, and this was only the second National Park that we had ever been to. We had a few days in the park, and saw and hiked as much as we could…but goodness, Yellowstone is massive. You need a lot of time to explore it!

When we returned this May, I knew exactly what we had to do. You see, I already had my Yellowstone Bucket List…and we simply proceeded down the list, where we had left off. Continue reading → Visiting Yellowstone National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park


Camping….70 miles out at sea.

Last January I saw an Instagram post from the Currently Wandering Crew (you can read it here) that stopped me in my tracks. I immediately linked to their blog and read their post on camping in the Tortugas. I was inspired. Excited. Determined. Chris and I talked it over and within four weeks…our reservations were made. Although we are fulltime travelers and have visited numerous places with wanderlust appeal, we looked forward to this stop all year long…and the Dry Tortugas measured up to our high expectations in every way. Continue reading → Dry Tortugas National Park