In Vino Veritas

Part of travel for me is getting to experience new places, landscapes, food culture, and WINE. I try to visit Italy yearly and there my favorite wine regions are Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, and Lombardy. My favorite wine from Italy is Lambrusco (secco/dry) and when I arrived in Anacortes, Washington I found a few bottles at Compass…

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Airstream Decor 101

The first thing I decided to plan when we decided to get an Airstream was the decor 🙂 I started out looking for inspiration, and found lots of different style ideas that I saved on my ‘Airstream Flying Cloud’ Pinterest board. I was really drawn to colors that are calming and peaceful, which (to me)…

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Travel Beauty Tips

RVing and flying can wreak havoc on your skin and hair. Here are my top 10 tips for self-care on the road. #TravelBeauty for the win! 1. Hydrate It’s important to keep your body and skin hydrated because the air at high altitudes is very dry. There’s nothing worse than showing up to your destination…

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Why we decided to buy an AIRSTREAM!

So… funny thing happened on the way to Washington State. For a year we were CERTAIN that the R-Pod 180 was all we needed – minimum space, easier to tow with a small SUV, and the most like a cozy, vintage home for the road. But there we were, discussing what we would do differently if…

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3 Days in Zion National Park

This has been my FAVORITE National Park so far. There is a lot to see and a lot to do. Here are our suggestions for an amazing 3 days in Zion NP. FYI Utah Drinking and Eating Fact: In order to drink alcohol at a restaurant, you’ll need to order food. It’s a real law. You’re…

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So You Want To Buy An Airstream

For those thinking about buying an Airstream I wanted to share some links that I found helpful when I began my search. I read these articles and joined these groups before going to my first dealership so I could arm myself with as much information as possible. I have successfully negotiated prices on vehicles before,…

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Navajo National Monument

After driving through Four Corners we headed for the Navajo National Monument. We had heard there were free campgrounds there so that was our initial reason for stopping. It was the halfway point between Pagosa Springs, CO and Zion National Park. I’m so glad we stopped there because it was such a great experience that…

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Taos New Mexico

So, let me begin by saying we arrived in Taos, NM on May 3rd and the overnight low was 31 degrees. Come mentally prepared for this. We were not, as we left New Orleans with balmy 89 degree days. We stayed for just one night before heading to boondock in Pagosa Springs, Colorado so we…

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An Unlikely Hiker?

Challenging the image of an average hiker! “The switchbacks repeated themselves so many times I couldn’t tell what progress I’d made, but there it was, the last one before the crest…” I really identify with Bruso, who calls herself and “unlikely hiker”. In her 20s she was wholly uninterested in the outdoors. In the years…

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