We have had so many people recently ask us about how our homeschooling is going on the road, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse into this ‘road-schooling’ life for our family. First, I must say that some of my standard ways of schooling over the last few years have um… gone right out
It has now been 10 weeks on the road. We have already experienced so much and met so many amazing people. I know some are now following our blog and I wanted to share some favorite places for those who might like to check out some of these great places. I know we also are
What can I say? Oregon captured the hearts of all of us. In the words of Noah, “Mom, I could live here in Oregon, this is a great place… Well, as long my friend Jeremiah was here, I would like living here”. What’s funny, is that I, Kimberly, lived here in Oregon for eighteen months
Goodness we had no idea what an incredible week we might have when we made it to Klamath Falls and the Redwoods. Our campground was a little piece of heaven that we would all like to return to. But first, let me tell you about our drive up from the Delta Loop. Our kids were
Make sure you catch the end of the video for the outtakes.
As we laid out the plans for our year long road trip we initially thought we would take about a month getting out to the northern part of California and enjoying everything between Colorado and CA. Re-thinking of all that we could see further away from Colorado and knowing there’s always a possibility of a
We are blessed and I mean truly blessed. Blessed with community, family and friends… and so much more. Th last 2 weeks before leaving for our trip were crazy stressful in getting our home(s) ready, but incredibly sweet special times as well. My parents came out a couple of weekends ago for Noah’s birthday and