Why do most people travel to Sedona? Because of the intense beauty it has to offer. People who love the outdoors will get more than they can handle in a weekend or week vacation. Full time nomads don’t experience everything it has to offer! This was our second time in Sedona and it totaled to just […]
It’s the night before your mountain summit. It’s already 11:30PM but you’re just way too excited to fall asleep. Your alarm is set for earlier than usual, 6am…Wait…5? You don’t remember so you go check for the third time. The phone screen lights up your face showing alarms for 3:15, 3:30, 4am. Now you’re definitely […]
I wanted to take a moment to write about my recently-completed quest to summit all 48 of the 4,000-foot mountains in New Hampshire (aka the 4,000-Footers). Even though I am out exploring some unbelievably incredible areas of this country, the mountains of New England hold a special place in my heart and I often think […]
Regardless of being a lifelong Floridian and having to drive through Georgia (unless you head west through Alabama) to exit the state, I was clueless about how magnificent the North Georgia mountains were. I always looked for mountains in North Carolina and Tennessee, while heading to and from on I-75 and never bypassing that route […]
As the day ended we once again crammed into the fifteen passenger van. There were only sixteen passengers this time. Four hours later we arrived back at our rental RV knowing we had made a good decision to go to the interior of Wrangell St. Elias. Our second time visiting the park was charming.
Haleakala National Park was one of 16 National Parks that we had visited prior to our 59 park journey. We went to the Park on a cruise ship excursion. The tour was great but it was little more than Haleakala highlights. This time was different. We had time to explore, hike and linger. Our April visit […]