Working our way down our road trip list, we decided to camp in Death Valley National Park while it was still spring. One of our
Here are top places to see in USA.
We’re big fans of exploring our greater backyard, whether that means your hometown, state, or country. There are so many different landscapes and cultures within the different regions of the US. You could spend a lifetime or two exploring and never see it all.
Trust us, we’ve lived in every corner of the US – NYC, Atlanta, San Diego, LA, Portland with cities in between. No matter how boring you think your hometown is, you can find hidden gems if you’re willing to look for them. Many gems are just a short drive away.
If you’re ready to go on a local adventure, we’ve put together some great resources for you. On this page, you will find classic American road trips you must take, the most scenic National Parks in the US, plus our popular state and city bucket lists, and much more.
For Josh’s birthday a few weeks ago, Mama and Papa Fu came into town, and since Josh is a die-hard Hawks fan, we went to
Papa Fu had box seat tickets to see a Hawks Game at Philips Arena, so we decided to go to a couple games before we
Today marks exactly one month since we moved to Los Angeles. These are my thoughts so far. Pros: Weather. It’s amazing. I can wear flip flops
Every time we’re in Decatur, we always end up at Brickstore Pub. They have a large beer selection and great food. We love it. We