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Month: September 2016

The mountains are calling, so we obviously went!

The mountains are calling, so we obviously went!

I just got back from my first backpacking trip and boy am I hooked. I sure hope Lemon feels the same way because we’ll be going often.I had always wanted to get into backpacking but it seemed so intimidating. The amount of money you have to shell out for the gear, the thought of being away from civilization with only the items you have on your back, and the fear that little Lemon wouldn’t be able to hike a mountain…

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Alaska : The Last Frontier Part 2

Alaska : The Last Frontier Part 2

We’re back in Alaska! Today we’ll be starting in Anchorage and traveling to the small fishing town of Seward. And of course stopping at all the sights on the way! Anchorage Stopping to visit the most populated city in Alaska should be on your list while visiting the Last Frontier. During the summer you can find live bands playing in the park, street vendors with reindeer dogs, and tons of cute shops and restaurants to roam in and out of….

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Alaska: The Last Frontier Part 1

Alaska: The Last Frontier Part 1

Alaska is such a beautiful state to visit. Most people that visit Alaska head there on a cruise and spend very minimal time actually on land. You can see amazing glaciers, wildlife, and beautiful landscapes from the water. But there is also a lot of hidden treasures on land. Today I’m going to share with you some of my favorite things to do in Alaska, that yes! You will have to get off a boat and go see. Matanuska Glacier This was…

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JOSHUA TREE AND SURROUNDING AREAS: PART 2

JOSHUA TREE AND SURROUNDING AREAS: PART 2

So you know you want to head out to the National Park when visiting Joshua Tree, but don’t miss out on all the other cool, wacky, and weird places to visit in Joshua Tree and the surrounding areas. That’s why I’m here to help and steer you to some other site that you will ohh and ahh over! Yucca Valley: We found our adorable Airbnb located in Yucca Valley, the Havalina House. It was a three bedroom house that could fit up…

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Joshua Tree: Part 1

Joshua Tree: Part 1

Joshua Tree is one of those places I have wanted to visit for years but just couldn’t find the right timing. Finally was able to visit this summer and I have some great tips and suggestions for anyone else making the trek out to the desert. Where to Stay: When looking for somewhere to stay there are a variety of options. My suggestion is either camping or Airbnb. If you aren’t planning on camping at the national park, I highly…

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