It was a steamy day in the south for us to celebrate this Chinese holiday called the Mid Autumn Moon Festival. Theodore and I took an opportunity we had to go to the grocery store ALONE (we call that a date.... any child that gets alone with me whether it’s to the dentist or the … Continue reading Mid Autumn Moon Fesitval
We were back in Denver with much to do. We had to sort our things, go back to the RV to take things that we couldn’t take on the plane, and re pack what we could. By re pack, I mean that my things were in trash bags since all my clothes were placed in … Continue reading Let’s Get Packed
As we said our goodbyes to Trail West and our new friends we looked ahead at the news of the RV NOT getting fixed before a month or more. If any of you are interested in being an RV mechanic then I am CERTAIN that Denver can use you. CERTAIN. So we spent some time … Continue reading Frisco, The Continental Divide, and Word On The RV
We were able to begin our day getting our altitude sick son some oxygen at an Oxygen Coffee/Smoothie Bar to help him over the final hump of altitude sickness. The rest of the family had breakfast at Daylight Doughnuts. Calvin picked me a bouquet just as we were leaving and it served as a reminder … Continue reading Wild-n- Free Family Camp
It was so good to wake up and find my chacos in The Rockies without a migraine. We had a blast taking the bus down a few thousand feet into the town of Breckinridge. We took the free gondola ride up to the ski resort area. We did not expect for the the day to … Continue reading The Rockies
We were ALL sad to say goodbye to our friends. The pic above was taken before we started crying. 😢 Our next destination after leaving Salt Lake City was pretty much a desert. We wanted to conquer Capitol Reef which my friend Mandy had suggested that we explore. It's a hidden treasure for a National … Continue reading Three Cheese Boulee and More
After our adventure at Colorado National Monument, we made the drive over into Utah. We started our day at The Arches. The Ranger station there was fantastic. We all loved the museum portion and the movie helped us to learn more about the Arches and the amazing way that God formed them. It was 104 … Continue reading Arches and Salt Lake City, Baby!
"I just can't wait to get on the road again." In my head, I was glad to get moving again. In my heart.... well I didn't feel like "being where my chacos were" like I said in the last post. Be Where my Chacos Are I had a huge cry - Well maybe 2 cries. One … Continue reading On The Road Again