We are sharing some of our favorite outdoor books for children.
Over the Fourth of July weekend, we went down to Ouray, Colorado to enjoy the scenery and festivities. The drive was approximately six hours (with stops) from Denver. We decided on dry camping for this trip in Ironton Park, with the tips from Russ on the Road on where to go. It was pretty easy to find the camping spot just past Ouray. The San Juan Skyway (highway) is a very interesting road – it is a little on the curvy side and one side is a straight drop down to the valley below with the safety of any guardrails. The speed limit is only 15 mph, so you can go slow enough to enjoy the beautiful views from the road. Ouray has a lot of gorgeous waterfalls to look at as well.
This post is a tad bit behind, but we have been swamped with work and baby prep. Over Memorial Day weekend, we went to the Salida/Buena Vista area to camp with some friends. We decided to stay at the Heart of the Rockies Campground, which is about 10 minutes West of Salida. Due to our last minute decision to come here, all the closer campgrounds were full. There will be more info. on the campground in our next post with a full review.
It’s that time of year for the mosquitoes to already be out! What’s your go-to bug spray?
I know most of you know how to make Rice Krispie treats, but this has been our favorite (& easiest) recipe we have found. We like to make a batch to take with us on our camping trip for easy snacking.
Just because it was gloomy out this weekend, doesn’t mean we couldn’t install some solar panels on the camper! Can’t wait to use them! New post coming soon on how we installed everything!
We stayed at Moab Valley RV Resort & Campground while we were in Moab, Utah two weeks ago. It is located close to the entrance of Arches National Park and before you enter the town of Moab.
The campground has over 60 sites with hookups and water/dump stations. Their sites include deluxe, premium, and standard – depending on the size of your RV and amps needed. We noticed the premium sites had little sections of grass, which was nice, but not needed for us. There are also cabins and tent sites (even some with canopies) to rent. Free cable is included in your site, but we decided that a tv in the camper is a little too much “glamping” for us! Continue reading “Campground Review – Moab Valley RV Resort & Campground, Moab, UT”
This is the rest of our adventure at Moab from last week.
The weather overnight was wonderful. We even ran our AC/fan for a little while (thank you campground electricity)! We woke up with the sun and began our day. We decided on a semi-easy breakfast of pancakes and vegan sausages so we could start our adventures early. The pancakes are from a mix from Sprouts that we can keep in the camper. We just add some almond milk and flax egg. The sausages are our new favorite find from Field Roast and are apple maple flavored. This is where it is great that the grill has the option to use both grill and griddle. We also purchased a Chai Smoothie from Bolthouse, which was ok but we added additional Tazo Chai to it.
This is a recap of day one from our adventure this last weekend in Moab, Utah.
We packed up the camper Thursday night and left before dawn on Friday morning, since we knew it would take us around six hours to get there. We luckily did not hit any traffic through the mountains. For breakfast, Stacy had made some quick and delicious blueberry muffins she found from this Crazy Vegan Kitchen.
Any guesses on the location of our adventure this weekend? Continue reading “Can you guess where we are at?”
We thought we would give some insight to all the campground and areas we stay at for those that plan on traveling out this way. Our first stop was Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood, Colorado. We decided to stay here as our first trip since it is in the same city as we live in and we would be able to run home or to the store if we forgot something!