I wanted to blow off Yellowstone, claim it was all hype and since we had seen so many amazing places already, this was totally not worth the crowds and fanfare. But...it really is all that. But the crowds do suck. I wrote about the great day we had in the Upper Geyser Basin, home of … Continue reading Yellowstone – Otherworldly Features
This post was written by A, our 8-year old adventurer! Our first five weeks were pretty fast-paced and we saw a lot. A wrote the post below, sharing his highlights of our first five weeks. These are the 15 best highlights from the first five weeks of the trip: Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone was good … Continue reading Highlights of the first 5 weeks – post by A
As I mentioned in my last post, due to temps approaching the 100's, we decided to jam a week's worth of activities in Moab into one 36 hour period. We will certainly have to go back someday to see what we missed, but I'm happy with all we managed to do. After spending time in … Continue reading Canyons and Dinosaurs in Moab
Random Notes from the Road - West Texas Edition: Here are the exotic animals we nearly hit on our drive through West Texas and New Mexico today: a baby bunny (we think) - probably some sort of desert hare a Roadrunner a 6 foot (or longer!) striped snake an honorable mention for the bird that … Continue reading Drill Baby, Drill!
We are headed out West for a week at Spring Break. If we would've know that we were heading back that way this summer, we probably would have picked somewhere else. Fortunately, there is PLENTY to see, so we won't overlap the trips. Here is our planned itinerary. A lot for 10 days, but luckily we … Continue reading Spring Break – The trip before THE trip