Posts Tagged ‘National Parks’

Here’s the thing about Glacier National Park.  It’s SO magnificent and SO unbelievably beautiful, you feel like you’re floating around a place that can’t possibly be real. We hiked (over 11 miles on some days), we paddleboarded, we saw a ton of wildlife, and we dropped our jaws at the views.  But I personally feel […]


Fortunately for you, I can’t filter the scent of sulfur through my blog. “How could you post about Yellowstone geysers without including Old Faithful?” you ask.  I was unprepared and my camera battery died.  That’s how.  If you want my 2 cents, which I’m going to give you whether you want it or not, Old […]


Since I recently moved out west, I figured it would be a good idea to delay real life for as long as possible and spend some time traveling America’s gems: the National Parks. I’ve traveled all over this world, but never gave my very own country enough consideration. Thus began the plan for the “Super […]


Let’s be real…  girls from Boca don’t really know how to rough it.  So when a camping trip was proposed to me, I was definitely a bit apprehensive.   Although I don’t love getting my hands dirty, I like to think that I’m not a typical hoity toity girlie girl, so I packed my bags […]