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There’s a Different Way to Live: One Family’s Full Time Travel Experience

Travel is infectious. Once wanderlust gets into your soul, there’s often no turning back. We are one of many families that have decided to ditch the suburban, 9-5, public school life, and live differently. Our new life is simple, and with simplicity has come a deeper understand of ourselves, our family relationships, and the world...

Outdoorsy Adventures for Families in Redding, CA

Outdoor activities in Redding, CA abound, & it is time your family discovered the fishing, hiking, caves, boating, & outdoorsy fun in Redding's Shasta Range

Kid-Friendly Sonoma Wine Country

                                                                                               Photo by Kristine Dworkin It may be hard...

Take the Kids and Dog To Mendocino

Coastal bluffs, rugged coastline, and dramatic views surround the charming town of Mendocino.  The ocean air spills onto acres of wild flowers and into the streets of the tiny hamlet...

Taking the Dog Along: The Benefits and a Few Tips for Traveling with Your Dog

Taking the dog along on family travel adventures adds a layer of fun and a world of experiences that you won’t find among the strictly human population. Before you set off to forge new adventures with your pet though, there are some things to consider.

One Tank Road Trips: starting from Dallas, TX

The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is not only one of the largest and most visited cities in the nation, but it’s rich in cultural history, inundated with several large lakes, filled with museums of all types, and is a mecca for family entertainment. Below are a few of the best places for families to visit from...

Planning an Extended Road trip with Kids

So for those looking to brave the pavement this summer with little ones in tow, here are some tips to make the extended road trip with kids smooth sailing.
Alaska Marine Highway System

Cruising Like a Local: The Alaska Marine Highway System

Taking the state ferry gives the flexibility to experience life and logistics as the typical family might along this coastal connection of communities – bring your car, bring your dog, and enjoy what is sometimes referred to as “the poor man’s cruise.”
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