Last year my daughter and friend took a drive to Colorado Springs, CO; one of my most favorite places. During our weekend there, we visited Garden of the Gods (free), Pikes Peak (reasonably priced for great memories), and Cave of the Winds (really great prices, especially if you have kids!).
This weekend my daughter and I took our first trip up to Tahlequah, OK to float on the Illinois River like so many Oklahomans before us – and it was a lot fun!
My sister, daughter and I drove to St. Louis, Missouri from Oklahoma to visit the awesome, Washington State University in St. Louis (WUSTL). That school is so sweet.
An amazing feeling of the freedom and lonely road, sunshine on your face, and wind in your hair are the main reasons for becoming a hitchhiker. However, don’t let your romantic heart take the lead. Your mind must read these short advices before. It is a hard task to travel with weird unknown people in…
My Uncle (Wandering World Walkabout) came into town for a few days and we took a hike in the Oklahoma Wichita Mountains.
A photo of you and a friend traveling together.
This is pretty rad. A few friends road tripped across America and put together a montage from footage taken with a 4k drone. How awesome is that? Enjoy.
“A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” ― Lao Tzu NOTE: Don’t miss the “singing goat,” aka: me, at the end. Enjoy the 4th day summary of Project Breakaway Vaca. ☮ ✌
Day 2 was accomplished with us being completely tuckered out!
Good Morning, Petit Jean State Park First thing’s first, blogging (Project Breakaway Day 1) and coffee! I got up about 6:30 AM, and started writing about our adventures yesterday, then Teresa got up and made some excellent coffee on the stove of her Little Guy (a very nifty camping toy). During and after coffee time…