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Journeying from Sedona, Arizona to Salt Lake City, Utah

July 3, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

From tourable ghost towns and scenic boondocking sites to beautiful temples and awesome eateries, Utah has plenty to offer visitors. Read More →

A Great Home Base: Flagstaff, Arizona

June 11, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

Surrounded by Arizona's finest attractions and totally awesome in its own right, Flagstaff is a perfect home base for visitors to the state. Read More →

Trees Turned to Stone: Petrified Forest National Park

May 10, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

How does wood petrify? What does it look like, and is it really as beautiful as they say? During our time in Arizona, we unraveled these mysteries. Read More →

Exploring Hopi Heritage at Homolovi State Park, Arizona

April 30, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

At Homolovi State Park, a sacred site of the Hopi people, the ability to touch ancient pottery shards on the ground creates a tangible connection with history. Read More →

Our Visit to Meteor Crater, Arizona Has Been Featured

April 21, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

The massive meteor crater outside of Winslow, Arizona is a sight to behold, plus a great teaching tool for kids and adults about how Earth and space interact. Read More →

Two Guns, Arizona: A Route 66 Ghost Town

April 15, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

Two Guns is a ghost town with a grisly past, and it's ripe for not-so-urban exploration. We spent two days prowling around the abandoned Route 66 tourist trap. Read More →

Week 2 in Albuquerque: Southwestern Art, Tent Rocks and Vintage Style

April 4, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

From Santa Fe's impressive art scene to the magnificent Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, we enjoyed Albuquerque from our RV park full of vintage RVs. Read More →

Happy Holidays in the Texas Panhandle

January 1, 2015 by Marie filed under Journey

From Amarillo to Vegas, and from freezing temperatures to busted heaters, it has been an eventful first holiday season in our RV Read More →

The Most Popular Trail in America's Second Biggest Canyon

April 14, 2014 by Marie filed under Journey

700 miles east of the Grand Canyon is America's second largest canyon: Palo Duro. I hiked its most popular trail, The Lighthouse, on a picture-perfect spring day. Read More →

Camping-Inspired Fashion for Every Day

February 23, 2014 by Marie filed under Informational

I like to wear clothes that remind me of the woods, of being on the trail, of exploring new places. Here are some camping-inspired every day styles. Learn More →

Vintage Camping Finds on Historic Route 66

December 14, 2013 by Marie filed under Journey

Resale, antique, and vintage shops in Amarillo on Route 66 are great places to find glamping gear and supplies that add a touch of whimsy and nostalgia to your site. Read More →

RV Museum Is a Step Back in Time

December 7, 2013 by Marie filed under Journey

Jack Sisemore's RV Museum in Amarillo, Texas, is a gem of a tourist attraction that will definitely get you hooked on vintage campers if you aren't already. Read More →

Planning My First Glamping Adventure

August 24, 2013 by Marie filed under Informational

I wouldn't classify any of my past trips as glamping, and I have decided that it is high time to give this concept a shot. Here's my plan so far! Learn More →