Now that I was home from Washington, I’d settled back into my mom’s house in Montana and was excited to spend the summer exploring. Our first family road trip was over Fourth of July weekend, when we packed up the car and headed east. Our destination: Makoshika State Park, also known as the Montana badlands.… Continue reading Bad Land – Makoshika State Park, Montana
A few weeks back, I was nominated for the Liebster Award by Allison over at Travel Gourmand. Thanks, Allison! She's recently (well okay, semi-recently, it's taken me way too long to get around to making this post) been recounting her adventures through Greenland! It's already on my Ultimate Travel List but every single photo of hers… Continue reading Liebster Award!
Summer 2011 was the summer of road trips. I graduated from college in early June without any plan in terms of jobs. My travel plans, however, were plenty. But first, I had to make it back to Montana. I had my car out in Bellingham with me, but my mom and sister had driven out… Continue reading The Scenic Route – North Cascades Highway, Washington
I’ve bragged before about the town of Bellingham and how I spent a fabulous 4 years living there while attending college. Located in the northwest corner of Washington, right on the coast, Bellingham has its fair share of gloomy, rainy days. But when the sun comes out, the rays of light shine down on a… Continue reading Get Outside in Bellingham, Washington
Today is an exciting day for me on Handstands Around the World. Today features my very first guest post! The guest author: my mom. She’s been reading my posts since I started this blog and she’s always been there to help me remember the details of our trips, proofread, and remind me of my propensity… Continue reading Beyond the Moonscape – Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho (part III)
One of my favorite adventure activities is exploring caves. I’ve never truly gone spelunking (it's on my to-do list), but if we’re somewhere with a cave, we always sign up for the tours. As it happens, formation of caves in lava flows is fairly common, meaning there are a few caves at Craters of the Moon… Continue reading Lava Tubes – Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho (part II)