another episode of updating our way behind travels... ;)(July/Aug 2017). See an explanation why we're blogging about years ago, here. Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve After 3 months workamping in Utah, we bid farewell to our new friends and headed out. Our first stop was Cedar City, Utah to hang with family and for Jeff … Continue reading After Utah…Heading East
10 minute walk from the RV Workamping is something many fulltime RVers do to acquire a free spot and/or to stay put in one spot for a few months and dive into the local area, make friends, etc. For us, it has been a great way to recharge as well. A quick google search will … Continue reading Workamping in Utah
Pa'rus Trail Before the hoards of people poured into Zion National Park and the queues for the shuttles wound along the sidewalks, we visited the park. Yes, we were only there a day. We could have spent weeks there, basking in all it's monumental beauty and exploring all the nooks and crannies of this gorgeous … Continue reading 5 Things to do at Zion with Little Kids
Summer 2017 Have you heard of Cedar Breaks National Monument in Utah? Yeah....us neither. Until we were near Bryce Canyon NP and someone told us it was a MUST to visit! With its high elevation at over 10,000 ft and its short season, late May to October, it's no wonder that it's not as frequented … Continue reading Cedar Breaks and Wildflowers Galore
June 2017 I was working for the Dixie National Forest in Utah; volunteering at the Red Canyon Visitor Center mere miles from Bryce Canyon National Park. I overheard something about a hot air balloon festival. WHAT?! A hot air balloon festival in tiny town Panguitch, Utah? Then I learned that there was a Smokey Bear … Continue reading Hot Air Balloons: A Dream Come True!
June 2017 We used to throw up the tent in the living room of our house and let the kids play and/or sleep in it. They loved it. And then once we put the tent up in the backyard. But we learned the tent was too small for all of us and what once worked … Continue reading Kids’ 1st Real Camping Trip
Summer 2017 To say we are grateful to have spent months just a few miles from the entrance to Bryce Canyon NP would be an understatement. It was fantastic to go to the park as often as we wanted. If it was too crowded, we left. We weren't rushed to SEE IT ALL in a … Continue reading Multiple Visits to Bryce Canyon NP
We are often asked what our favorite place has been that we've traveled to while RVing. While that is impossible to answer as so many places have touched us in many ways, some more than others, each place with its own unique charm, scenery and newness; southern Utah pulled us in with unexpected force! We … Continue reading 15 Places to Visit Near Bryce Canyon