Category: Lodging

Olympic Peninsula: Fir Haven Retreat

When planning our wedding and honeymoon we split the work. Keltin took the honeymoon and I planned the wedding. We would get things okayed by the other before making a final decision but all the research was done by one or the other. Keltin found this adorable Airbnb. We wanted something that allowed us to

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Eisenhower State Park: Comparing Campsites

On our first trip to Eisenhower State Park we stayed in the Elm Point Camping Area. These tent sites sit on top of a high bluff and overlook Lake Texoma. Pros of the Elm Point Camping Area: Beautiful views Better breeze Close proximity to the day use area Close proximity to the swim beach Cons

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Belize: Ramon’s Village Resort

When we were planning this trip, along with finding reasonably priced flights, we needed to find a reasonably priced resort. We decided on a resort early on because we wanted access to the amenities. After a lot of research and a few recommendations we settled on Ramon’s Village. We actually stayed at their sister property,

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Texas Hill Country: Walnut Canyon Cabins

During our recent trip to Fredericksburg we wanted to stay somewhere different. Keltin came across the Walnut Canyon Cabins. Wonderful and quiet. The property has seven cabins of varying sizes about 15 minutes from Fredericksburg. The roads to get there were lush with trees and wildflowers and in the evening – white tail deer. We

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Meridian State Park: Visitors Guide

Keltin and I have wanted to go camping for a while now. Both of us grew up camping but haven’t really since high school. With spring in the air (and a chance of rain) we finally got to go camping. We left making our reservations at a camp ground until much later than we should

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Alaska: Northwoods Lodge – Part I : July 2017

Our Alaskan adventure with Princess Cruise was over. My aunt, uncle, and cousins left that morning to head back home to Texas. The rest of us get on a float plane, the smallest plane I have ever been on. Seven people, including the pilot, fit in this plane and head out to Northwoods Lodge. This

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