We took an impromptu weekend vacation to Portland, ME in late September 2021 and fell in love with its stunning coastline and delicious food.
Our last chance to see the fall colors before they peak in New Hampshire - and it was amazing! Plus, we begin to prepare for winter camping.
We've come to New Hampshire this fall to see the foliage change color and follow the change as it moves south - an activity known as leaf peeping!
In just one week we've traveled almost 2,500 miles across 12 states on our way from Washington to New York - and we've hit a lot of firsts!
It stands apart as the only National Park Unit that celebrates a single art form: jazz. Join us as we visit The Big Easy, learn about jazz and even try some jazz yoga!
We've had several National Park Passports over the years, but what exactly are they, and why do you need one? Here's what you need to know!
Despite being one of the most significant Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites in Colorado, it's very rarely visited - and maybe that's a good thing.
Considered by some to be the most important site in American history west of Independence Hall, we did more than just learn history here!
It's not just dinosaur fossils here - we took to the water to explore more of this stunning landscape!
Explore the stunning geological features in the red sandstone canyons of Colorado National Monument.
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