Grand Teton National Park, WY

June 30th-July 7th, 2018 The Grand Teton national park is located between Jackson, WY and Yellowstone National Park. The Teton Range has more than twelve peaks at elevations greater than 12,000 feet, with its highest peak reaching 13,770 feet. They are the youngest range in the Rocky Mountain chain and a natural phenomenon. As the earth […]

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Twin Falls, ID

June 24th-June 30th, 2018 Amber waves of grain Moving weekly in order to make this dream of traveling the US a success we miss out on being part of a community. When you have servant hearts it leaves an empty place that can only be filled when you help others. We have tried along the […]

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Craters of the Moon National Monument, ID

June 24, 2018 Hello again Idaho. This time will we aren’t just driving through, we will spend a few weeks here. Updated sticker map. I’m quite disappointed at how quickly it is fading. If you have one, is your’s fading? This is our 16th state we’ve visited on this adventure. Driving from Columbia Falls (Glacier […]

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Glacier National Park, MT

June 9th- June 23rd, 2018 Montana! I’m in Love! As soon as we crossed the border I fell in love, literally. If there wasn’t snow on the ground 7 months of the year, I’d live here!   I see why you are nicknamed Big Sky Country. The pictures don’t do it justice. Apparently, huckleberries grow […]

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Alaska Cruise Part 1- Juneau

We decided to take a Cruise to Alaska. It would have taken too long to drive there and we are sticking to our 2 year plan. Our cruise was from May 18th- 25th on the Explorer of the Seas by Royal Caribbean.  We stopped at Juneau, Skagway, a drive through the Tracey Arm Fjord and a […]

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Mt. Rainier National Park, WA

Three national parks in a row. Whoa!!! One of the main reasons we try to visit many National Parks is for girls to learn history, geography, numerous branches of science, and having unique experiences only visiting National Parks gives them. They have earned 26 junior ranger badges/patches each so far which is a fun accomplishment […]

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Olympic National Park, WA

May 2-May 5, 2018 We stayed in Port Angeles, WA, just outside of the entrance of Olympic National Park’s Hurricane Ridge. We stopped by the make-shift visitors center (renovations) before heading up to the top for our picnic lunch. It may of been the grandest picnic spot we’ve encountered on our adventure. It was also […]

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