Last weekend Rich and I went to Boston, to see the city and visit his brother, James, and his fiance Kelsey. We enjoyed a peaceful drive in by way of the Mass. Pike- or ‘The Pike,’ as it’s called here. Upon exiting, we immediately found ourselves sandwiched between a multiplicity of cars, with drivers dashing […]
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If you love to adventure and explore, then read our latest travel log for inspiration and travel ideas. We share our favorite destinations, campgrounds, scenic byways, RV travel tips and more. This section also contains our best photography. Get inspired for your next adventure!
The only way to Provincetown is a small highway through the center of Cape Cod, and the 40 mile trip was uneventful. You do see a number of small lakes, which I later learned are called kettle ponds — clear, cold lakes — that were formed and remain on Cape Cod as a result of […]
Rich and I’d left Newport Rhode Island on early Sunday evening, and I was excited to get to Cape Cod, known by locals as The Cape. We drove over the Bourne Bridge, which spans the canal, and is one of two bridges that connects this island to the mainland. We continued into the dark, and […]
Most people who know us know that we love to hike. Heading into the great outdoors is one of our favorite hobbies, and that’s one of the reasons we’ve enjoyed living in California so much – there are lots of nice days that you can spend outside! Our travel schedule is somewhat based around weather, […]
Some of my favorite memories from New England center around its’ coastlines. From areas like the South Shore, The Cape and Newport Rhode Island I have enjoyed special summer times with my family throughout the years. When I realized Rich hadn’t been to Cape Cod or Newport, I put this trip onto my calendar for […]
On my flight from Atlanta to Boston I was greeted by thunderstorms, rain and resulting travel delays. I’d been visiting my daughter, Jennifer and her family in Atlanta for a few weeks, and was headed to Western MA to reunite with my husband. Unfortunately, upon departing Logan Airport I found myself standing in Boston’s South […]
The moment you drive up to the entrance of Disney’s Hollywood Studio theme park, you’re welcomed by retro-looking, bright green-blue signage and art deco architecture that reflects the glitz of the 30’s and 40’s when Hollywood became a worldwide phenomenon. As we walked through the gates, the mystique continued, as sidewalks that were dotted with […]
This post is late, and it’s all my fault! To be honest I wasn’t that interested in visiting the Magic Kingdom, let alone writing about it as I’ve visited the Magic Kingdom in Disneyland, Anaheim so many times. In fairness to Florida the Magic Kingdom is a bit different than Disneyland. Unfortunately most of those […]
Like Rich, I’m catching up on these next two posts that cover our time at Disney, as we’ve been on the go so much. While I’ve spent plenty of time at Disneyland, I’ve never been to Disney World before. A long-time Disney fan, I’d looked forward to seeing Animal Kingdom. This park contains 7 themed […]
It’s been a week since we posted, and what a week it’s been! Just to get everyone up to speed, we had a relatively uneventful drive from New Orleans to Orlando. The drive through the Florida panhandle is long, rolling, and frankly reminds me of driving on the Mass Turnpike but without the mountains – […]
The Power of Facebook A strange way to start a post about New Orleans, I know, but I have to mention how very cool Facebook can be. While sitting in a Starbucks outside of Lake Charles (western LA), and catching up on work, I hopped onto Facebook to check some status updates. As I was […]
It’s an understatement to say that we are glad to leave the state of Texas today. Now that’s no fault of Texas, rather it just so happens to be such a large expanse when you’re traveling from coast to coast like we are. We decided to try and find a campsite sooner tonight, to rest, […]