Our Biggest Perspective Change After Five Months of Travel

A year and a half ago, I had no idea that regular people, regular families who weren't independently wealthy actually sold it all, quit their jobs and started traveling. I thought this was a crazy idea my husband had. A passing phase. Soon that United States map pinned to the dining room wall with bright … Continue reading Our Biggest Perspective Change After Five Months of Travel

Our Guide to Zion National Park

Where We Camped (and the bigger question--how far do you want to stay from the park?): Camp Lutherwood in Alton, UT. Weekly rate: $120. From this spot it took us about an hour to get to the east entrance of the park. While we had a good experience at the campground itself, we're learning that … Continue reading Our Guide to Zion National Park

Month One: Shenandoah National Park & Front Royal, VA

Skyline Ranch Resort Front Royal, VA Site: 2 stars. While other spots looked like 3 or 4's, ours was a kind of a dud so we gave it a 2. Very unlevel, broken picnic table, couldn't open up our awning. Aside from the spot itself, the campground itself was pretty great! Price: With Passport America discount, $30/night … Continue reading Month One: Shenandoah National Park & Front Royal, VA

Month One: North Carolina

Harvest Host Location Pine Level, NC Harvest Host is just $30 for the year to be a member. It allows you to boondock/dry camp for “free” for a max of one night at farms, vineyards, breweries and markets around the US and Canada. The reason I say “free” is because it is suggested that you … Continue reading Month One: North Carolina

Month One: Georgia

Fort McAllister State Historic Park Richmond Hill, GA Site: 4 Stars. We were on a ADA site that gave us a little extra space from neighbors, but maybe wasn’t in the most prime location on the campground. There looked to be some excellent sites right on the marsh/water with more shade trees. It was extremely buggy … Continue reading Month One: Georgia