Author Archives: Amanda

Jordan Pond

Maine (Again)

I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t 100% thrilled about coming to Maine this summer. It’s not that I don’t like Maine, but we were just here last year, and I was really looking forward to exploring more … Continued

Lake Superior Provincial Park

The Great Canadian Road Trip – Part 2

We recently traveled from Minnesota to Maine by way of Canada. We had ten days to complete the trip which we hoped would give us enough time to combine short drive days with fun stuff like hiking and kayaking. Along the … Continued

Lake Superior

The Great Canadian Roadtrip – Part 1

We’re currently traveling from Minnesota to Maine by way of Canada. We have ten days to complete the trip which should give us enough time to combine short drive days with fun stuff like hiking and kayaking. I’ve been keeping … Continued

Voyageurs National Park

Voyageurs National Park

We had the most amazing last week in Minnesota. Our route took us all the way up the northern edge of the state where Lake Kebetogama meets Voyagers National Park. There’s not a lot of RV camping options on the … Continued

Four Years on the Road

Four Years On The Road

Four years ago today we left behind all that was familiar and set out on a grand adventure. At the time there were a lot of unknowns. Would we miss the stability of a fixed location? Would we go crazy while … Continued

Cass Lake

More Minnesota Lakes

Four more Minnesota lakes to be exact. First we finished up our second week at Cass Lake. Our original site was already reserved, so we moved a few sites down to number six. The beach here was a bit more rocky for putting … Continued

Cass Lake

Lakeside Living at Cass Lake

Nothing says summer like lakeside living. About a month ago we remembered that Memorial Day weekend was coming up and scrambled to make reservations before all the campgrounds filled up. Sure enough, the first few state parks we checked were already … Continued

North Dakota

Heading East Across North Dakota

We broke up the long drive across North Dakota with two stops. The first at a small state park just south of Bismarck. Fort Abraham Lincoln state park lies alongside the Missouri River and was once an important military post. … Continued

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

There was a time when I thought North Dakota would be the last state we visited. Not because we had anything against this vast northern state, but let’s face it, North Dakota is not really on the way to anywhere, and it’s … Continued