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!
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.
What happens when off-roading goes wrong? We found out when a normally straightforward 11-mile trail turned into a 24-hour ordeal.
Boasting the tallest sand dunes in North America, we had a very adventurous time at this action-packed National Park!
Almost 5,000 archaeological sites including 600 cliff dwellings make this National Park a must-see destination!
Our visit to explore this beautiful destination with boating, swimming, fishing and kayaking did not go as planned!
Named for its black cliffs, this is one of the longest, narrowest and deepest gorges in the world - and it's stunning!
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A week of warm weather and easing travel restrictions - things are beginning to open up and we can't wait to start exploring!
A tour of our DIY smart RV, packed full of home automation technology that makes our full-time RV life more comfortable, secure and efficient!
This week we were woken up by a loud shrieking sound outside the RV - it sounded like someone screaming for help, but who or what was it?!