Have you ever traveled somewhere without doing any tourist activities or sight seeing? It’s a bit strange to think about, but one of the most authentic adventures I have ever had has been a trip to serve…and nothing more. During the summer of 2019 I traveled to Uganda with a group of 9 other womenContinue reading “Adventure for a Cause”
Get to know the Destination Before You Go In order to get the most out of your time you can get to know your destination before you land there. Look through maps, and read up a little on the history. This will give you a good overview of your destination and ensure you are prepared.Continue reading “How to Make a Whirlwind Adventure Memorable”
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In early March before the Coronavirus took over, Shep and I took a mother son adventure trip to Costa Rica. Shep’s top priority while we were there was learning to surf, but this would be our first time learning so I did a lot of research about a good/safe place for beginners. I came acrossContinue reading “Costa Rica Surf Camp Adventure”
Back in November 2019 our youngest, Shep (11), was having a really tough time finding anything to put on his Christmas list. Pretty unusual, right? He finally said he just wanted to go on a road trip. Loved that idea! John and I talked it over and he was all for it. I had soContinue reading “Mother – Son Adventure in Costa Rica”
Dream Trip: Family Sailing Adventure It’s no surprise that our family likes to adventure and try new things. Our oldest, Rowan, has really taken to building his sailing skills. He first learned basic skills through Boy Scouts summer camp and we have looked for a variety of ways to give him further opportunities. A bigContinue reading “Family Sailing Adventure in BVI”
After a busy summer of family adventure, John and I were looking for a quick getaway just the two of us. We like to cross locations off our lists, so we opted for an escape from the southern heat of late August and flew up to Montreal, Quebec. We didn’t know much about the cityContinue reading “Montreal: The City of Saints”