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CO Springs + Loveland + Golden

Our original plan was to travel from Durango, CO straight to New Mexico but Colorado offered too many pros for us to leave early so... our next stops included CO Springs, Loveland (about an hour N of Denver) and Golden, CO (right outside of... Continue Reading →


Family recharge in Durango

October is known as "leaf season" in Durango, CO and it is spectacular! The town and surrounding areas are painted a deep green with patches of fiery yellow from the changing aspens. Our first few days in Durango were spent in our... Continue Reading →

Time for a change of scenery → Lake Powell, AZ

Interested in a change of scenery (a blue lake... not red sandstone), we headed east to Lake Powell near Page, AZ. The Lake (advertised as "Fake Lake, Real Fun") was created by the Glen Canyon Dam which was built in the 1950's ish to... Continue Reading →

צִיוֹן (Zion)

We pulled into one of the most impressive parks of the Southwest's "Grand Circle" in yet another rainstorm. Moving cautiously through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone canyon dripping with water only added to the unbelievable formations we were seeing around every turn. ... Continue Reading →

We Won the Wave Lotto!

Kanab, UT "Little Hollywood" as our homebase... we got super lucky and won the Wave lotto which was about a 1 out of 15 chance (Asa... can you check our math!?).  We stayed at Crazy Horse RV Park which was walking distance from the... Continue Reading →

Bryce-tastic Anniversary Celebration

Ah, Bryce National Park, land of the hoodoos. We were lucky enough to send our two year anniversary in this NP which was unlike anything we had ever seen! A must hike is the eight mile Fairyland Trail. Another nice day can be... Continue Reading →

2016 Travel Map

Just kicked off our 2016 Travel Map - so you can follow our path more visually - it's on the menu bar now.

Capitol Reef (or Reefs as Dylan calls it because it is too beautiful to be singular)

Capitol Reef NP (located in between Moab and the popular Bryce and Zion NPs) quickly became a must experience for us. Less people, unbelievable views and homemade pies (available each morning at the Gifford House)! We somehow secured the LAST campsite at... Continue Reading →

Moab = Arches NP + Canyonlands NP!

Moab, UT was a great (but slightly touristy) town right outside of two stunning National Parks: Arches and Canyonlands (Island in the Sky). We stayed at (yes, another) RV Park as we found it quiet challenging to reserve spots inside of... Continue Reading →

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