Glenwood Springs – Colorado

If you’re going to get stuck on a road trip, Glenwood Springs, Colorado is the place.

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Driggs, Idaho – Best Restaurants

This post was created from our 2019 August trip. Make sure to confirm what is open during the corona virus pandemic before hitting the road. Big Hole Bagel & Bistro was our first stop again for breakfast in Driggs, Idaho. We are always impressed with their service and their portions get us ready for a […]

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Zion National Park – Dog Friendly Trail

Zion National Park’s Dog-Friendly Trail Most National Parks are not dog-friendly and for good reason. It’s important to remember that when traveling with dogs it will be a different type of trip. We always research and get creative knowing that the trip won’t be as flexible but traveling with our dog is worth it! Learn […]

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Favorite Restaurants

Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole, Wyoming Driving Teton Pass towards Jackson from Idaho at sunrise is breathtaking. For the last few years, we have made it a priority to get up early and catch the sunrise at 8,432 feet. Then it’s off to Nora’s Fish Creek Inn for breakfast! Don’t miss any of the best […]

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Sunflowers – Minnesota

Some express their appreciation through a gift, a picture, a song, or maybe a flower, sometimes it’s the simple things that speak the loudest. – Johnny Fish Have you visited one of the Fish Sunflowers sites? They are so beautiful and FREE! All they ask is that you share your photos via social and spread […]

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Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona was on my bucket list and we finally made it happen! To say I fell in love is an understatement. The moment we got home, we booked our return trip. ❤️ We arrived in the evening and we were welcomed by one of the famous Sedona sunsets. We stayed at Alma De Sedona […]

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Southwest Utah And Monument Valley

Exploring Southwest Utah – Monument Valley Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park is located on the Arizona/Utah border. These grand, mysterious, sandstone monuments formed over millions of years and show us what happens when Mother Nature is left alone to do her thing. It’s always an honor to explore Southwest Utah and Monument Valley. Our first […]

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Sedona, Arizona – Hiking – Broken Arrow Trail

Broken Arrow is a new trail for us this year. We were hesitant to hike here because the trail runs parallel to the jeep path and we thought it would be disruptive. The jeeps didn’t bother us at all and it was fun to watch them cruising over the red rocks. The hiking distance for […]

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