Donna C Wolfe on Looking for answers…. Pete on Waiting Game! llengram on Birthday Trips Cole on Looking for answers…. mytravelmonkey on Planning Time!
Tag Archives: family travel
Random Acts of Toys! My kids are used to my strange ideas by now. This latest one may have even taken them by surprise. This year, we read a book as a family while traveling called Loves Does by Bob … Continue reading
We drove to the end of the Kenai Peninsula, where the road ends, and out onto the Homer Spit! The Homer Spit is a long, narrow strip of land that reaches out into Kachemak Bay. We stayed at the Homer … Continue reading
We arrived in Alaska in the middle of the night and headed directly to our rental RV to get some sleep in the parking lot of Great Alaskan Holidays before heading out on our adventure. A quick (okay, in all … Continue reading
My first task in planning a family vacation is figuring out how we will get where we are going. This summer we are going to Alaska and since we have limited vacation days, airports will be in our future. … Continue reading
One of the goals that I have when it comes to vacations is connections. Making connections with nature, history, community, and each other. This summer we put a little twist on this idea. We volunteered a morning of our time … Continue reading
Getting them ready to travel on their own. Graduating from the house. Raising future adults. Growing up. All of these phrases describe one of the main goals of parenting. Our family loves to use travel and experiences to open our … Continue reading