Mt Rushmore

Mt Rushmore

Mt Rushmore is one of those places that should be seen at least once.  The first time I visited was during a work-related trip in the area.  Interestingly enough, the city I was working in had to be evacuated because of a fast-moving fire.  My co-worker and I...
San Jacinto

San Jacinto

After the defeat of the Alamo, Santa Anna’s Mexican Army retreated East and was chased into a corner by General Sam Houston’s army.  The battle was quick as the Texan’s screamed: “Remember the Alamo”. Santa Anna was captured and forced to sign over Texas as an...
Fort Caspar Campground

Fort Caspar Campground

Fort Caspar Campground, located just minutes from the historic Casper, Wyoming,  kisses the banks of the North Platte River.  There is a museum close by as well as an ample amount of walking/ hiking trails.   Fort Caspar Campground 4205 Fort Caspar Rd, Casper, WY...
Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater

There’s so much to see and do in Arizona.  Among those is a hidden gem located just outside of Winslow, AZ.  It’s not every day that you can say you’ve been to a meteor crater.  If you’re in the area, take the short drive (approximately 30-45 minutes) to the site-...
Vizcaya

Vizcaya

If you’re in the Miami area and looking for something to do, book a tour to go through Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.  Our kids were so impressed and loved it so much that they still talk about earning enough money to one day buy Vizcaya! 😉  It’s truly a historic...
Biltmore Estate

Biltmore Estate

Like big homes?  Touring mansions? Then Ashville, North Carolina has something for you to see.  Built at the end of the 19th century (completed in 1896), the Biltmore estate is the largest privately owned home in the United States. This place is huge…. And by huge I...