Kayak to Clarity- Rainbow Springs State Park, Florida

We have been parked in Florida since Thanksgiving and intend to stay at an RV resort located thirty miles west of Jacksonville until after the New Year. It has been relaxing to stay in one spot and stick to more of a schedule. I have recruited my amazing husband to be a contributor to the…

Yellowstone

We were so blessed to get three days at an RV park inside Yellowstone booked back in May. We would have stayed longer but also wanted to split our time on Lake Flathead in Montana. If you want to stay at popular parks you have to book well in advanced. I was told by many…

Full-Time RV Traveling with Kids FAQs

In 2016 when Ryan and I first talked of such adventure as to travel full-time and road school our children, I never foresaw how our lives would transform before we even left home. In the beginning you only visualize pretty destinations and cool experiences. I am seeing this enormous change in our lives. I think…

Nine Months of RV Trips and a Plot Twist

We named her June Bug. Our first camper, also known as a trailer, home on wheels, or the RV. June is the month we bought our RV and Bug because we are snug as bugs in there. Ryan and I have wanted a camper ever since discovering a few traveling families on Instagram. Watch the…

Fourth of July Weekend 2021

Road trips with kids are not for the weary. Our second trip in our newly acquired recreational vehicle (RV) has been very memorable to say the least. We planned on traveling northwest to the beautiful hill country where the Guadalupe River winds through small towns and is shaded by giant cypress trees. What is normally…

The New Adventure Wagon

As happy as I was with my minivan, I knew it wouldn’t last. Those sliding doors and stow and go seating were so convenient. But a minivan cannot tow our rolling home towards our next adventure. We have been wanting an RV for over five years now. We have been researching different rigs to figure…

Gardening with my Girls

Mia has been asking just about everyday for the past month to grow vegetables. She has been saving seeds from her fruits and vegetables. We told her she should use what we have if she is adamant on growing. She has currently covered my back porch in pots of dirt with her little plant babies….

One year in our home by the creek

Is some ways it seems as if this year has flown by and in others it seems as if we have lived in this house forever. We moved on February 1, 2020. Little did we know that this house would become a place of peace from a world in panic, an area to gather with…

UnSchooling

You may have heard the term unschooling or perhaps are more familiar with homeschooling. Unschooling is the idea that education does not have to take place in the confines a room with desks, with children of the same age or with formal curriculum. To learn through unschooling is to learn through natural life experiences, home…

January Challenges

It is always a challenge to jump back into our daily rhythm of chores and homeschool after the Christmas holiday. It seems as if our celebrations last longer because of traveling to visit family and celebrations lasting well into January. My best way at getting back into a formation of learning is to just add…