Tag: family travel

No matter how many days I spend outside exploring, Mother Earth still surprises me and offers me moments of awe. A life without awe is bleak and empty. He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in Read more >
Life can slip on past you real fast. You can get so caught up in present moment challenges and the future goals that you forget where you have come from. You fail to see all you have achieved because you’re Read more >
I’ve been so fortunate to see places around the world of exquisite beauty. It’s hard to say what is your favorite place and why. I can’t say whether mountains, deserts, or beaches fill up my soul more than the other Read more >
We weren’t intending on visiting Vegas on our America Unplugged road trip. Our intention on  this trip is to go beyond the main tourist destinations that everyone knows, and strangely, wants to visit. But, since we were close by, and Read more >
This week was all about taking it slow and enjoying the stunning lakeside views and desert landscape from our campsite. I was happy to hear the coyotes howl at night as we sat around the campfire – finally a place Read more >
Once again on our morning of departure from LA we did a quick about face and change of plans. We wanted to go to Death Valley, but after a few phone calls to reserve a RV spot we realized it Read more >
We’ve now driven across the USA and are enjoying a bit of city life and Los Angeles beach vibe. Find out why we’re loving LA this time Read more >
There’s one thing I know you can expect from your travels. You’ll soon arrive to a destination called “I’ve had Enough.” All roads in lead to the town square called a Melting Pot of Disasters and you’ll be sitting at the fountain Read more >
You have dreams of epic family travel adventures with your children. Stealing back quality time with those you love most for deep bonding and memorable moments. But, there’s one problem: Travel is expensive. We all know it is. But it Read more >
Last week I shared how the spending time in the wilderness helps you find yourself. It’s why I feel so happy here in Sedona and really have no itchy feet. We leave tomorrow (Saturday), and my sadness is fleeting knowing Read more >

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A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

We rounded a corner and there in the road essentially right in front of us were the painted forms of a pack of wild…