Southern Sights- Kansas Through Arkansas

There are certain states you don’t hear much about…some use the term “flyover” which has a somewhat negative implication, but the residents may prefer it that way, as the peaceful and picturesque landscape can remain the place they know as home. As we traveled from Kansas into Missouri, Arkansa and finally into Tennessee, I developedContinue reading “Southern Sights- Kansas Through Arkansas”

Utah- Snows, Sand and Scenery

As we traveled south from Dillon Montana, we skirted the east side of Swan Lake, past some of the most beautiful green and remote scenery, into the plains of southern Idaho and into northern Utah. The first stop was to see family in Logan. The mountain tops still had a bit of snow, but temperaturesContinue reading “Utah- Snows, Sand and Scenery”

Montana and Idaho Highlights

We made our way north from Coeur d’Alene Idaho, into Kalispell Montana, which was a great jumping off location to visit Glacier National Park. It’s strange to think we could theoretically be over the border into Canada with just a bit more driving. Coeur d’Alene Idaho is a beautiful place, situated around a large lake.Continue reading “Montana and Idaho Highlights”

Eastward Bound Through Oregon

We’ve added three stops as we made our way through Central Oregon, as we travel towards Idaho and Montana. The first stop was in my favorite Oregon city, Grants Pass. The climate in southern Oregon is temperate, warming in the day and cooling at night, and they tend to have less rain than the PortlandContinue reading “Eastward Bound Through Oregon”

From Sticks-and-Bricks to the Open Road

With everything that 2020 brought us, the freedom of the open road was calling our name, and with a vision forming around what we want the future chapter of our life to look like, we decided to make it a reality. Over the next few months, we will be heading out to parts known andContinue reading “From Sticks-and-Bricks to the Open Road”