Monthly Archives: February 2017

A Castle in America?!?

Sometimes we come across hidden gems on our adventure. Baton Rouge has an amazing capitol and I will get to that soon, but the old capitol building has been turned into a free museum and it looks like a castle! … Continue reading

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Museums, a Monument, and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a Battleship?

Some of the main concerns when visiting a large city are traffic and parking. Houston definitely has it’s share of both. We decided to stay in an RV park on the east side of the city in a small town … Continue reading

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The 5 Biggest Changes in our Home-school to Road-school Transition

Many things have changed in our lives since we have been on the road full time.  My children have always been home-schooled so the transition to road-schooling has been easy enough, but there are some big differences in our daily … Continue reading

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McKinney Falls State Park was busy, but that is probably because it feels secluded, yet is actually close to Austin. Located on the Onion Creek, McKinney Falls State Park has an upper and lower falls both of which have great … Continue reading

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