I’ve always heard about the beauty of northern CA, and as we’ve made up our way north I totally see it! We haven’t quite gone north enough for the big redwoods, but during our stay in Santa Cruz, we visited Henry Cowell Redwood State Park. Wow! These trees are spectacular!Read More
We knew going in the weather would be questionable, that’s the only unfortunate thing about traveling north this early in the year, but the morning looked clear so we thought we’d go for it and see how far we could get.Read More
I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect, some of the friends we made on the road were just there a few months ago, and the group of friends we are currently traveling with were planning to go based on their recommendation, so we decided to come along too.Read More
Sunday we went to explore Montaña de Oro… Wow! the views from up on the cliffs were gorgeous!… the whole drive there are back was beautiful as well!Read More
I had tried to leave a clear line of tracks, because once you get past one of those big dunes you can no longer look back and see where you came from… it’s all sand! Well, I didn’t take into account that the wind would dissolve my tracks.Read More
One of the things I’m loving about southern CA, is the ability to go from desert, to ocean, to mountains, to snow!!Read More
Lexie is 4!
This little girl is a little firecracker!
Birthdays on the road have been different for sure, but they have not lacked in celebration.Read More
This weekend, a few families and us drove out to Oceanside Beach for the day. The weather was absolutely perfect for a picnic and soaking up the sun. I find the ocean so relaxing, I could sit and just listen to the sound of the waves for days! Of course, the kids had a blast, so many kids and a beach mostly to themselves!Read More
Back in December, when we first arrived to CA, I mentioned we met a few other families who also travel and live in their RV’s full time. During that time they mentioned a “Full Time Families Rally,” and insisted we should try to make it, it would be here in CA. I have to admit I was a bit hesitant.Read More