Well, I’ve had a travel partner for one year now. Anthony and I recently celebrated our first dating anniversary (awww, I know right) and we knew we had to go somewhere special. So I took a Friday off of work and began planning where to go for a 3 day weekend. We knew it had … More To Lake Tahoe We Go!
I travel to escape crowds and structure, so when I found out that in order to cross off a childhood bucket list item required a guide I was disappointed … … More Why Taking a Guided Tour through Antelope Canyon is Worth It …
If you’re looking for a beautiful and easy hike in Ventura county then Rose Valley Falls will leave you pleasantly surprised. After a quick half mile hike from the trailhead you’ll start to wonder if you somehow walked through a magic portal to Oregon, leaving the normal dry Southern California climate behind. How to Get … More Take a Hike to Rose Valley Falls
It was an usual long and wet winter in California, so you knew it was coming. You’ve seen the pictures all over Facebook and Instagram. Now it’s your turn to check it off the bucket list! The deserts of Southern California tend to bloom with wildflowers just about every spring, but only after a winter … More A Superb Superbloom Weekend in Anza-Borrego State Park.
Dog friendly wine tasting in Santa Ynez Valley. … More Wine tasting has gone to the dogs in Los Olivos
There’s a small mountain town about 100 miles north of Boise that’s a popular winter retreat for Idahoans and tourists alike. But when the weather warms up and the snow melts, that’s when the real fun begins! August is the perfect time to visit McCall for an adventurous day in the sun. It’s normally about … More A Summer Day in McCall
Spring is finally here, and you may notice your Instagram feed filled with beautiful pictures of daffodils and tulips. That’s because the PNW has a major case of spring fever after a long and cold winter. BUT, good things can come from those frosty nights. Underground, tulip and daffodil bulbs are doing their thing and … More A weekend among the flowers of Washington
Growing up near the coast in Southern California, I often found myself wearing a tank top and sandals on Christmas Day, dreaming of what it would be like to wake up to a winter wonderland in my own front yard. Well, fast forward a few years and I would find myself arriving to a snow … More How a SoCal girl survives a “real winter” in Idaho
I’m not a full time traveler. Alas, I’m a desk jockey 9 to 5er and my husband has to good of a job to be one of those lucky few who quit their jobs, sell everything they own, by a van and call the road home … Who knows maybe someday? But we are a … More Road Trip 101: Tips for the newly wanderlust