Category: U.S.


6 Questions We’ve Been Asking Since Moving from Colorado

6 Questions We’ve Been Asking Since Moving from Colorado

About a year ago, we made the big decision to start looking into a life of full-time RV travel (now House Sitting). Although we loved where we lived in Colorado (strategically placed between Denver and Boulder), the inflated housing costs made staying there impossible... Read more
Chasing Fall in Vermont: RV Road Trip

Chasing Fall in Vermont: RV Road Trip

Standing in a kaleidoscope forest, breathing in the freshness of the cool air and listening to the light rain slowly drip through the branches above, as we watch rust-colored leaves dance around us before delicately landing on the wet ground. Moments like this are why... Read more
Hiking the Great Head Trail in Acadia National Park

Hiking the Great Head Trail in Acadia National Park

Have you ever been to one of those cool speakeasy style bars? We went to one in Denver that had a bookstore front and a secret entrance. I loved how unique and mischievous it was. That's how getting to the Great Head Trail in Acadia National Park felt. But, the views... Read more
Getting Nostalgic at Triple Falls in North Carolina

Getting Nostalgic at Triple Falls in North Carolina

Sometimes you have to go back to the beginning to see how far you've been. For us, Triple Falls in North Carolina was that place. It was where our journey started, or at least where it got the most exciting. And it served as a time capsule of sorts – taking a snapshot... Read more
Views & Booze at Chattooga Belle Farm in South Carolina

Views & Booze at Chattooga Belle Farm in South Carolina

We are roamers, travelers, nomads. Our defining characteristic is our desire to wander. We feel a strong pull to explore new places. And it usually doesn't take long for us to feel the itch to keep moving. So, when we find a place we would be willing to stay forever –... Read more
3 Reasons We Were Inspired by New Mexico

3 Reasons We Were Inspired by New Mexico

When we drove across the dusty oil fields of Texas into New Mexico, our expectations were low. We didn't want much more from this state than a relief from the Texas weather and change of scenery. Yet, as we were immersed in the unique landscapes, rich culture and... Read more
Feeling Microscopic at the Very Large Array in New Mexico

Feeling Microscopic at the Very Large Array in New Mexico

As a traveler, feeling in awe is common. You can even go numb to it if you aren't careful. But every so often, between the jaw-dropping vistas and unique architecture, you stumble upon something that feels different. It doesn't just stir feelings of appreciation or... Read more