What is Cactus-to-Clouds? Cactus-to-Clouds is a 21 mile assent from the Palm Springs valley floor, at 400 feet, up to the San Jacinto Peak at 10,834 feet. It is rated one of the hardest day hikes in the United States and the trail actually has the largest elevation gain out of any hike in theContinue reading “Training for Cactus-to-Clouds”
Southern California may not experience the changing of seasons like much of the rest of the country, but we do still have quite a few locations where you can find fall foliage AND we have a few of our own autumn traditions to look forward to each year as well! Below are just a fewContinue reading “5 Destinations in Southern California to Visit this Fall”
We recently put our RV in a spot in Parker, AZ for the summer and we’ve been spending the majority of our weekends there. If you know me, you know I love the river. I love to travel and I love exploring new destinations, but when I think about my favorite place, it will probablyContinue reading “Weekends in Parker”
We are officially back in Morongo Valley, California after a long weekend of traveling. Friday I worked a half day from Sanger, Texas. I got off around noon and we began packing up our RV to get ready to head out. I never realized how much work it was to get a trailer ready toContinue reading “Cross Country Roadtrippin’”
I’m feeling a mix of emotions about leaving back home tomorrow. After just a month and a half of living in Sanger, Texas, we are packing up and heading back to good ole Morongo Valley, California. I’ve actually loved my time here in Sanger so much. I’ve loved getting to know the family across theContinue reading “Back to Cali we go!”
Denton is a college town in Texas within the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. The city is located about 40 miles from Dallas, 37 miles from Fortworth and 47 miles from Arlington, Texas, making it a main hub for north central Texas. It’s most well-known for its live music scene and two universities, the University ofContinue reading “16 Things to Do in Denton, Texas”
Crazy that it has already been three weeks since I arrived in the small town of Sanger, Texas.
As many of you may know, I grew up playing softball. I spent 90% of my weekends growing up on the ball field and I loved it, and hated it a lot…but mostly loved it. Every Monday night I’d head to the local batting cages with my dad for a hitting lesson from my battingContinue reading “I Ran a Half-Marathon”
From hiking and camping gear to doggie must haves, here is a round up of our favorite products that we have used religiously during our travel adventures over the years.
Where to See Fall Foliage in and Around Seattle