Despite having traveled through Ohio countless times, our family has never actually vacationed there. Our overnight stays in the state have always been pleasant but, except for a future visit to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, it hasn’t really been on my radar. That all changed when I learned about Hocking Hills State Park from Denisa and Mark over at Wandering His Wonders (one of my favorite blogs listed at the right), and I'll tell you why.
September 26, 2018
September 19, 2018
In March of 2017, Alan and I traveled to the Apache Camping Center in Everett, Washington, to purchase our new travel trailer – a Creek Side 26RLS made by Outdoors RV Manufacturing (ORV) in the mountains of eastern Oregon. Prior to picking up the Creek Side, we stopped at ORV’s facility in La Grande, Oregon, to take advantage of their factory tour. (It was tons of fun – and extremely educational, too! Thanks, Kevin!) There are some incredibly beautiful mountain passes near La Grande with sweeping views and, I imagine, a fairly good chance of picking up significant snowfall during the winter months. So, what road sign did we see that has become my second favorite road sign of all time? Here it is . . .
September 12, 2018
This post represents another installment in the series detailing the second of our three cross country National Parks camping trips with kids and travel trailer in tow.
Okay, people, I’m finally making good on my promise! Below is the best road sign I’ve ever seen. Alan and I, along with our two kids (Ryan, aged 16 at the time, and Kyra, aged 11) had settled ourselves in at the Wax Campground, an Army Corps of Engineers (COE) facility on Nolin River Lake in Kentucky in order to visit Mammoth Cave National Park. But, on our 20 mile jaunt from the campground to the Park entrance, we came upon this road sign . . .
September 05, 2018
Please enjoy these photos of various sunrises and sunsets – they’re a good fit for today’s post about happy endings and new beginnings!
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! I am just so giddy with excitement that I can’t contain myself! The MAJOR construction project at our rental property is done, done, DONE! And we are happy, happy, HAPPY!
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