Gordon’s Pond in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is a scenic area that offers a freshwater pond that goes right up to the ocean. It’s right in the path of the yearly bird migrations. There is a very well kept bike path that follows the pond shoreline. Read More

Chicago is such a beautiful city and I personally have had some great memories here. It booms in the summer with people running, biking and getting into shape on the world famous Lake Shore Drive.  It’s a 15 mile drive that cuts between Lake Michigan and Downtown Chicago. Read More

Minnesota has over 12,000 lakes. In fact Minnesota has more shore square footage than Florida, California, and Hawaii combined. National Geographic has ranked Northern Minnesota as the #1 island destination in the country. Read More

Our trip to Ohio was random and spontaneous. Many times the best adventures aren’t planned and you just have to “go with it”. This was one of those adventures. Read More

Yamping at Mike’s

Yamping is Yard Camping. I googled the word to make sure that’s what it meant and all I could find is some guy named Yamping (I dare you to name your next kid Yamping). So I figured I would coin the phrase. Read More

Snowmobile Grass Drags

Every August Snowmobile fanatics show up for the annual Outlaw Grass Drags in Princeton, MN. The best way to describe the experience would be a fair full of snowmobile enthusiasts. The property is full of RVers who are camping out for the weekend. They have a live band to entertain along with sharing snowmobile stories. Read More

With over 12,000 lakes in Minnesota, it boasts secluded lakes to enjoy the day. Borden lake is just outside of Garrison, MN which is known for Mille Lacs Lake. With Mille Lacs the main local attraction, the fairly large Borden Lake was left virtually empty which gave us a water playground all to ourselves. Read More

I Love this city! Minneapolis is consistently highly ranked as one of the best adventure cities in America. It has more park footage than any other city. I use to live on the Mississippi on the north side of the city and worked downtown. I would canoe and fish on the river with a view of downtown. Read More

As a kid I grew up skiing in this area. I’ll never forget one time when I was in 4th grade I was called to the office at school. When I got there I was surprised to see my dad was there, he told me to get my stuff cause he was pulling me out for the day to go skiing at Wild Mountain! I was so excited, I can remember it like it was yesterday! Read More

What comes to mind when you think of the fair? Cheese curds, rides, cotton candy, fried everything, oh and don’t forget it’s expensive!

The Brainerd, Minnesota fair is FREE! Of course you can rack up money on the usual fun stuff like skee-ball and rides (Danielle is the skee-ball champ) if you’d like, but you can have a full, fun filled day for little to no money. Read More