Tag: nomadic adventures

Scotts Bluff National Monument – Walking on the Oregon Trail: 7/19

After we left North Dakota, we made our way toward Denver. We stopped and stayed in Scottsbluff, NE for several days. We were pleasantly surprised by this quaint little town. It was quite lovely with much to do. We camped at a campground right on the river. There is a zoo and awesome playground

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Death Valley National Park : Not a Valley of Death at all – 11/18

Our visit to Death Valley National Park was our second attempt. Our first one was spoiled by a stomach bug that struck over Mother’s Day. I was the only mother in the laundromat on that Sunday doing puke-soiled bedding! LOL We stayed in Pahrump, NV for about a week over Halloween. We trick-or-treated at

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Valley of Fire, Hoover Dam, Lake Meade & Red Rock Canyon: Day Trips from Las Vegas -10/18

We had a busy couple of weeks visiting these awesome places! Our first was Valley of Fire that we hit on our way into Vegas from Zion National Park. We rolled up with house in tow and spent several hours marveling at the beauty of this place. It was beyond my expectations! We chose

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Arches National Park: Absolutely Breathtaking- 10/18

Arches.…..oh where do I start? There are more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches located in this park, including the well-known Delicate Arch, as well as a variety of unique geological resources and formations. The park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world and received more than 1.6 million visitors in 2018! Whoa….. When you

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Craters of the Moon National Monument: An Alien Landscape – 9/18

I had heard of Craters of the Moon numerous times since we’d been on the road. It was also listed as one of the top national monuments, along with White Sands, to visit. I realized as we were passing through Idaho that this amazing monument was in this state!! I knew we had to

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Yellowstone National Park : The FIRST National Park 9/18

“There can be nothing in the world more beautiful than the Yosemite, the groves of the giant sequoias and redwoods, the Canyon of the Colorado, the Canyon of the Yellowstone, the Three Tetons; and our people should see to it that they are preserved for their children and their children’s children forever, with their

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Whitefish, MT : Birthday Week – 8/18

One of the only things that the boys really request is that we are around friends and/or family for holidays and birthdays. We do our best to accommodate in out situations. We surprised them big time by booking a spot in an RV park next to our dear friends Bob & Pat in gorgeous

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Crater Lake National Park : It’s Really That Blue – 7/18

For the 4th of July weekend, we were fortune enough to snag a beautiful spot on Diamond Lake in Oregon. Oh my gosh…..I could spent my entire life in Oregon! We had too little time there. Our campsite was a gorgeous, mosquito-infested, roomy spot not far from the lake. We spent the day kayaking

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Zion National Park : 10/2017

Zion has been one of our absolute favorite parks. (I know I probably say that a lot!) We got to spend several days there and we were camped not too far in an amazing location. The views were spectacular and it was free!! Our first day in Zion in October was a HUGE game-changer

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Figuring out the "new normal" of working from home while kids are also there doing school?

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The Busy-O-Meter is a FREE family craft project that is designed to create a simple way to remind kids when parents and siblings are busy or on important business or school meetings, calls, or Zoom meetings.

Your kids will have fun making it (it’s a great homeschool activity),  and you’ll have fewer interruptions during the day.

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Busy-O-Meter!!

This is a family craft project that will help your kids visually SEE when it’s OK to interrupt you during the work day.

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