This is getting a bit ridiculous. I completely overlooked the word national in the name of this refuge. Guess what that means? The place we went to visit since D.C. was shut down? Well, it was also closed on account of the, shall we say, situation in our beloved...
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Oct 12, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
(You don't need a camper for this trip...) A couple of months ago, Jeremy and I decided this fall would be the perfect time to take the boys to Washington D.C. for the first time. We picked Columbus Day weekend and booked the campground. Quite the coincidence that...
Sep 25, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Two years ago, in late October, we took Max and Theo to Allentown for a long weekend. It was beautiful. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed the Lehigh Valley Zoo and a great train ride through the country. There was pumpkin picking and a halloween parade....
Sep 6, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
We came home from Vermont over two weeks ago, but part of me still feels like I'm there. It was one of my favorite road trips of all time--and I've been on a few. Here are my top ten reasons for still wanting to say thank you to Vermont: 1. For your family...
Sep 3, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
I stumbled across--by way of a tweet--this great project by the National Parks Conservation Association. You can submit your National Park story to www.myparkstory.org and they have a bunch published on the site. As I read through them, I was really encouraged by how...
Aug 31, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
On our last morning in Vermont, we decided to let the campers stretch their legs before the long car ride home and headed to VINS, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, which was right up the road from our campground. The center is perfectly designed to blend in...
Mt. Tom, Vermont (or the day that the “Precipice Trail” seemed like a great option for kids and baby)
Aug 29, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
When I went to talk to the Ranger about climbing Mount Tom, he took one look at our merry band of pirates and decided that wide paths and gentle upgrades were the way to go. As he highlighted a route to the summit, he specifically told me to stay away from the...
Aug 25, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
At a mere four months old, our little camper has racked up some serious traveling stats. Outdoor enthusiasts, let's play a game...Can you beat Wesley's numbers? Total states visited: 6 Total National Parks Visited: 3 Total Hikes Completed (or slept through...six of...
Aug 22, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Our visit to the Quechee Gorge was one of my favorite moments of our whole Vermont trip. The mile hike down to the bottom of the Gorge was perfect for kids and full of quiet, easy beauty for the adults. * * * Down at the bottom, heaven presented itself in the form of...
Aug 17, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about our first scavenger hunt hike in the Shenandoah National Park. We have done so many hikes in so many different states since the boys were born and have never once before been handed a trail scavenger hunt. Not in Acadia National...
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