Visiting Death Valley National Park

Overall, my Death Valley experience was not what I imagined. The juxtaposition of the desert situated between two mountain ranges still blows me away. Death Valley National Park is one of those places I just know I will visit again. There are so many places and activities we didn’t have the opportunity to see or do. I truly believe Death Valley National Park is a place that everyone should visit at least once.

Fort De Soto County Park | St. Petersburg, FL

Once named America’s Top Beach by Trip Advisor, Fort De Soto County Park offers visitors Today the park offers visitors two fishing piers, multiple beaches, a picnic area, campground, multipurpose trail, nature trails, paddling trail as well as the historic fort site.

Myakka River State Park | Sarasota, FL

While I have been stuck inside this past week, I have been thinking about my adventures before social distancing was the new normal. One weekend in January I woke up and decided I wanted to go somewhere new, so I decided to head down to Myakka River State Park. While the park is only 30Continue reading “Myakka River State Park | Sarasota, FL”

Three Days in Yellowstone

After spending seven days on the road driving out to Yellowstone, we had planned to spend three full days in the park. We stayed right at Canyon Lodge, one of the hotels within Yellowstone. We got to Yellowstone on September 28th and left on October 2nd, which meant that we visited the park right atContinue reading “Three Days in Yellowstone”

The Trip to Yellowstone

We officially kicked off our road trip by heading north from Orlando towards Birmingham, TN. The compromise that we had come up with the night before was that we would get on the road early but then stop for breakfast sometime midmorning. We ended up stopping for breakfast at a Cracker Barrel somewhere outside Ocala.Continue reading “The Trip to Yellowstone”