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Top 10 Things for Families To Do in Tallahassee

Photo by: Marisa Langford Florida’s Capital City, Tallahassee, might not be your final destination but it should definitely be on your list of places to pit stop while visiting the Sunshine State. This natural city is lined with gorgeous live oaks, over 600 miles of trails, and perfect temperatures year round. Explore the deeply rooted history of...

A Hidden Gem: Kid-Friendly Mount Shasta

                                                           Photo by: Flickr/iwona_kellie Northern California’s hidden gem of a winter wonderland sits at the foot of Mount Shasta, the second highest peak in the Cascade Range....

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
GoPro Action Camera HERO+

Gear Review: GoPro Hero+ (The Best Option for an Entry-Level Action Camera)

When GoPro first became popular with the shredders and adrenaline junkies of XGames caliber outdoor sports, we were all in awe of the feats they were accomplishing as we watched wide-eyed, almost like we were right there flying over the desert and catching air in the half pipe. But what about everyday families? GoPro Hero+ is...

Year-Round Family Fun in Bend, Oregon

Photo by: Bigstock/jkraft5 Bend, Oregon is a little jewel in the heart of Eastern (although a lot of people call it Central) Oregon. It sits roughly 2.5 hours from the Willamette Valley in Oregon’s high desert, which is a marvel in itself. There is really no bad time to visit as it sits in the rain...

Kid-Friendly Sonoma Wine Country

                                                                                               Photo by Kristine Dworkin It may be hard...
San Francisco Views Photo Courtesy of: San Francisco Travel Association

San Francisco’s Most Stunning and Iconic Views

Always camera-ready from every angle, to say San Francisco is a beautiful city is an understatement of gargantuan proportions.
Inyo National Forest Bristlecone Pines

Searching for the Oldest Living Organism

I’ve learned that kids are amazed by the suffix "-est." They are captivated by finding the biggest, longest, and smallest. Our latest search, led us to the world’s oldest living organism: the Great Basin bristlecone pine tree.
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