One of the best places to visit in SoCal (that’s right, Southern California, I’m a local now) is SeaWorld. I’m always hesitant going to large attraction areas because I want to actually enjoy my time, not wait in line and pay hundreds of dollars for mediocre food/entertainment while constantly repeating, “I hate people”. I am very … More SeaWorld – San Diego
In a recent post I stated how much I love to vacation in Ocean City MD. The nostalgia of having gone there since I was a child definitely plays a part in that, but so does the food. When I’m on vacation I want quick, easy, delicious, guilty pleasure food that fills me up and … More What to Eat in Ocean City MD
In the past when my little family would go to Joshua Tree Park my husband would say, “I want to hike one of these mountains.” Actually, he would say that anytime we saw a mountain, which in Southern California is anytime you drive anywhere… or look outside… So, for his 25 birthday I found a … More Ryan Mountain – Joshua Tree National Park
Tis the season for millions of people to flock to Washington D.C. to the view the picturesque cherry blossoms. Last year, we were stationed on the East Coast and so we decided to take advantage of this beautiful bloom in our backyard and go check it out. If you are not easily deterred by crowds, … More Cherry Blossoms – Washington D.C.
Growing up on the East Coast I was privileged to experience all four seasons. The lush green grass and thriving farm lands in the summer, peaceful snowy winters with delicate icicles dangling from the trees, colorful and quaint autumns spent raking leaves and visiting pumpkin patches, and fresh, vibrant springs where everything that was once … More Joshua Tree National Park
Our first big trip with our RV was a trip across America from Quantico VA to Twentynine Palms CA. Of course, we wanted to make a few stops along the way. Having grown up along the east coast, a trip out west with a large family just wasn’t practical. I told my husband that no … More Grand Canyon – 2018