"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." – Albert Einstein
We are a family of 4 (but full timing with 3) plus two rescue dogs. In January 2021, we sold everything, bought an RV and a truck and have been traveling full-time around America. We love meeting new people and sharing stories about RV life on the road.
When we aren’t out hiking mountains, exploring new towns or swimming at the beach, we are most likely at the local distillery or brewery tasting the local craft spirits.
Thank you for following our adventures as we continue RV living and working from the road.
States We Visited
Favorite Places We Visited
Yellowstone National Park, Montana
We had a great time in West Yellowstone. The scenery was beautiful and there were plenty of things to do. We didn’t see any bears besides the ones in the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, went hiking, attended a local 4th of July parade, and went fishing on Lake Hebgen.
Cottonwood AZ offers an interesting and lively scene whose distinctive character is matched with the desert to the south and the high mountains to the north.
Port Aransas Beach, Texas
We have been coming to Port Aransas since hurricane Harvey in 2017. It quickly became one of our favorite beach destinations in Texas. It is only a 4 hour drive from Austin. And, there are so many fun things to do in Port Aransas, Texas.
If you're looking for a place with natural beauty and plenty of outdoor activities, look no further than Idaho. This underrated state has everything from mountains, rivers, forests and hot springs. Idaho had something different and exciting to do and see.
Moab, Utah with an elevation of 4,026′ is one of the most popular destinations for adventure seeking people who want to experience all kinds of outdoor activities especially hiking, biking, rock climbing, UTVing and dirt biking.
Estes Park, Colorado
Estes Park is a town in northern Colorado and is located in the Rocky Mountains. It’s a great place to visit if you’re looking for outdoor activities, scenery, and historical attractions. Our favorite things to do in Estes Park is go hiking, watching wildlife, eating at local restaurants and visiting The Stanley Hotel.