Author: Emmy M.

Death Valley National Park

 “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the word.”   -Gustave Flaubert By the time we arrived at Death Valley, we had explored brightly colored rock formations and canyons that were so tall, we were often in disbelief. Now we were in the desert where the scenery was completely different, and

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Zion National Park

  Our drive through Utah provided us with incredible sights, easy camping, fun hikes, spiritual and self-discovery all while checking off destinations on our bucket list. How amazing is it that one state was able to give us so much?! Zion National Park was another landmark that we had heard about for many years, but

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) covers 415 square miles in northern Colorado. The park has 2 main entrances, one in Estes Park and another in Grand Lake. We took our first trip to this famous park in mid September and our timing was amazing. The weather was warm with a tinge of coolness and the Aspen

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Hawaii on a budget

Here’s a story for the budget conscious traveler. I wanted to share this because I am also very budget conscious… or as some call it, cheap! To most people, traveling is a very big expense. Sometimes when I daydream about traveling to a faraway place, I’ll goggle it and come across sites with information from

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