Sand dunes, a river, mountains and trees. What more could you ask for all in one spot? It is a pretty phenomenal place. It’s like the Sahara Desert, only in America. Just imagine, you’re hiking up sand that disperses with your steps, a breeze whips your hair and sand swirls around your ankles, and you can’t gasp … More Conquering Great Sand Dunes National Park
Want to know what all the talk about Zion is? See tons of pictures of hikes in this blog! … More Zion National Park!
The first place we went to when we crossed the Canada/U.S. border was Glacier National Park! Three years ago, we had explored Glacier on the west side. This time, we got to explore the more rugged east side of the park; staying at Many Glacier and St. Mary’s campgrounds. Visiting places twice is the icing … More Empowered by Mountain Tops in Glacier National Park
Hello, my dear travelers! I am very sorry for not posting in quite some time. It has been the most hectic time these past months. So much has happened, so it has been hard to set my mind and decide what to tell you guys. I suppose I’ll start from the beginning, yeah? 😉 We made it … More Canada: BC and The Yukon
Finally, after months of telling people we would be heading to Alaska and traveling up through Canada, we were pulling up to the border patrol offices north of Bonner’s Ferry, ID! Honestly, we hadn’t prepared much. We read a few articles, had a textbook-thick book about driving to Alaska. We Googled what not to bring. We … More My First 24 Hours in British Columbia
Who woulda thunk it? Nevada? Pretty? Back in 2003, when I was 4, my mom and I moved to Reno. I don’t remember too much of the scenery except for dirt and snow. We went on few adventures, like to Observation Point where little crystals are everywhere. Just a few weeks ago, we were able to … More Nevada…Is Actually Pretty