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Every year you read about some tourist that didn't think about if trying to ride a bison or something was smart. You hear about people not paying attention or following rules and then the wildlife having to be caught and put down. Don't be one of those people.  We want you to have an unforgettable time viewing wildlife in America's

One of the most popular places or topics we cover is Olympic National Park.  We've created so many articles and shared so much because it's a dream destination for so many. It's practically our backyard, so allow us to guide you and help you have an incredible time exploring. What began as Olympus National Monument until President Franklin Roosevelt was able

Growing up in Washington with family in both northern and southern California, the West Coast road trip was guaranteed at least once per year… if not three times.  This meant though that we got to experience everything:  lighthouses and coastlines, hiking in the mountains or rides in Disneyland.  Such an array.  Now, being parents, we get to share these awesome

There are many ways to approach a West Coast road trip.  Seriously, you can do the Pacific Coast Highway from the Olympic Peninsula of Washington all of the way to Tijuana, Mexico, or you can shoot down the I-5 corridor, making intentional stops within an hour or two off the freeway. You could even just wing it and pop all

Ooh, we love a good tourist attraction.  Not a tourist trap, but a genuine attraction.  Of all of the classic American icons a few really stand out:  the Statue of Liberty, the White House, the Golden Gate Bridge.  In our house, being the family travel folk that we are, we’ve got a lot of maps, and in particular, kid maps.

After a few days of battling the fog and snow in Sequoia National Park we took the short drive to cross the border into Kings Canyon National Park.  Like with Sequoia, we had big plans for hiking in the beautiful, sunny valleys of Kings Canyon and exploring the granite cliffs and meadows.  We were booked into the John Muir Lodge

We’ve been to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield a few times now.  It’s one of those places that has both historical significance and modern day appeal.  What?  What sort of appeal is there to a battlefield, particularly with kids?  Well, we’ll tell you. There’s more the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield site than just what the name prescribes.  In addition to the history

Even though we love going to Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park is one of our favorite spots in the state of Washington. One of the things we love about Mount Rainier is that you can enjoy the North or the South Side and have very different experiences.  On the north side there are far  fewer people to deal

Previously, we told the story of being stuck in just one portion of Glacier National Park (blog post here).  The great thing about being “stranded” in Many Glacier was the ample opportunities to hike.  The Many Glacier Valley is very unique in that it’s the crossroads for several small rivers and streams, which just happen to make great causeways for hiking