Author Archives: Amanda

Cape Ann

Cape Ann, MA

This week we’re in Cape Ann, MA. This small, rocky spit of land about 30 miles north of Boston contains the towns of Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea. We’re staying in Gloucester at the Cape Ann Campsite about five miles from … Continued

Boat Trip

A Taste of the Boating Life

Before I share some photos from our overnight boat trip, I have a small announcement about some changes I’m going to be trying out here on the blog. Here’s the deal — these days I am spending more time working then ever … Continued


Connecticut: Week One

And the family visits continue. From Delaware we drove 4 and half hours north to Connecticut for another two weeks of family time. We had been dreading taking the Airstream on the New Jersey Turnpike with its zillion lanes of cars and … Continued

Three Years on The Road

Three Years on The Road

It’s that time of year again. This week we are celebrating three years of full-time travel. Three years! Can you believe it? In past years our anniversary posts have celebrated the places where we have traveled. Year one we focused … Continued

Lums Pond State Park

Family Fun at Lums Pond State Park

More east coast family fun this week! Originally we had planned to spend only part of this week at Lums Pond State Park in Delaware to be close to Tim’s sister and her family. The first half of the week … Continued

Tuckahoe State Park

Tuckahoe State Park

After our fun weekend in the city, we made an attempt to spend the remainder of the week at Greenbelt Park. But then the rain started, the already slow Internet connection became almost unbearable, and we knew we had to … Continued

Washington D.C.

Museums & Memorials in Washington D.C.

One of the things on our “must do” list while traveling around the eastern half of the country was a visit to Washington D.C. It had been many years since either of us made a trip to D.C. and we … Continued


DelFest 2015: Four Days of Music & Sunshine

Whew! This week we’re recovering from an amazing four days of bluegrass music while camped alongside thousands of people at a festival in western Maryland. Four days of live music, late nights, friendly neighbors, sunny skies, and so MUCH FUN. One … Continued

Rocky Gap State Park

Rocky Gap State Park

As we continue our trek north, we find ourselves this week in a beautiful, nearly deserted, state park on the very western edge of Maryland. Rocky Gap State Park is huge, but the camping season appears to be just warming up … Continued

Highland Haven Airstream Park

Highland Haven Airstream Park

You know what I love about this life of perpetual travel? That amazing feeling when we arrive somewhere new and instantly fall in love. This feeling often goes beyond the perfect site with a killer view (although that certainly doesn’t hurt). … Continued