Oh, Canada: Waterton Lakes National Park and Calgary, Alberta

For the month of August on our RVing adventure we’ll be exploring the southern regions of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. We entered the country via the seasonal Chief Mountain International Highway, crossing from Montana’s Glacier National Park into Alberta, Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park. I had heard a lot of hype over crossing the […]

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Glacier National Park

I had no idea what to expect from our trip to Glacier National Park. Before our visit I knew there would be glaciers and wildlife, including grizzly bears, and that people say the park is really beautiful. I can now report that “beautiful” is truly an understatement. This place is amazing and quickly jumped the […]

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Salt Lake City, Utah and Craters of the Moon

When I initially started trip planning I had wanted to visit all of Utah’s beautiful parks before heading into the northern states. That is until I realized I had us scheduled to be in Utah during July when the temperatures are in the triple digits. Instead of visiting Bryce Canyon, Aches, Zion, and Canyonlands (to […]

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Hitched Up: Denver, CO

Because driving through a big city and its traffic is usually not a lot of fun in an RV, I chose Cherry Creek State Park as our home base during our stay in Denver. Located just outside of the city, Cherry Creek State Park offers hiking, biking, boating, swimming, and even has a model airplane field. […]

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Hitched Up: All Around Colorado Springs, CO

Mueller State Park: We bounced back from a not-so-pleasant stay at Lake Pueblo State Park with an awesome visit to Mueller State Park, just west of Colorado Springs. We stayed for two nights nestled up the mountains and tackled about 12 of the 55 miles of hiking trails. The trails system was beautifully intertwined, making […]

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Hitched Up: Alamosa, Colorado

After leaving Pagosa Springs, we headed north for a short stay in Alamosa, Colorado. The scenery changed from meandering streams, colorful wildflowers, and lush green trees that scaled the sides of mountains, to flat plains of tumbleweeds, distant purple hills, and in the foreground, every imaginable shade of beige. We would only be in Alamosa […]

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Hitched Up: Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Known as the “Grand Canyon of Texas,” Palo Duro Canyon spans over 27,000 acres and is the second largest canyon in North America. With its scenic overlooks, colorful canyon walls, towering rock formations, and over 30 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, I knew we’d want to stick around for awhile. We reserved 2 […]

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Destination: Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Known as the “Grand Canyon of Texas,” Palo Duro Canyon spans over 27,000 acres and is the second largest canyon in North America. With its scenic overlooks, colorful canyon walls, towering rock formations, and over 30 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, I knew we’d want to stick around for awhile. We reserved 2 […]

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