Tag: museums

  • Everyone MUST go to Columbus, Georgia

    We spent a fast paced 3 days in Columbus, Georgia¬†over the US Thanksgiving long-weekend and LOVED every minute of it. We knew very little about the town other than what I had seen online from the Kellogg and Holcombe families kayaking experiences and were blown away by the amenities, the history and the people. Columbus […]

  • Ottawa – a homeschool playground

    Hunter and I extended our usual Ontario trip by 5 days and headed eastwards to Ottawa to kick off the school year and immerse ourselves in all things Canadian History and Government related. We talked Grandma Lynne into joining us for the week and kicked things off by venturing four hours east down the rails […]

  • Adventures in Tucson, Arizona

    We stayed in Tucson for 10 days and it was full of fun and adventure. Yet another stop where we experienced so much more than what you can find on paper… The first part of our adventure was choosing to stay at the Voyager RV Park. It is a massive (4000 people) adult only community […]

  • St. Augustine – North America’s oldest city

    St. Augustine¬†was founded in 1565 and has the title of the oldest city in North America. It is a fairly small city (population approx 30,000) and it is packed with historic buildings and sights. We had originally planned to stay a week and spend our days surfing and sightseeing. A cold front blew in with […]