Travel

As young 20-something newlyweds, we kept our adventures limited to North America and the Caribbean. Rather than use money to galavant around Europe or tour Asia, we chose to invest our money in real estate. While we don’t regret our financial decision, we do wish we would have used some of the money to go on at least one overseas trip. Now that we’re in our thirties with a couple of children added to the mix, our priorities have shifted and we no longer dream of a lavish house or shiny new baubles. Instead, we fantasize about adventures throughout the world (while still being fiscally responsible, of course)

…as of June 2017…

Because our children are still young and we’re a single-income family (for now), our excursions are limited to road-trips and the occasional air travel. But we still do our best to get around as much as our resources allow. Below is a sampling of some of our adventures –

Scotland Part 1 & Scotland Part 2

St. John, USVI

 St. Thomas, USVI

Dominican Republic

Bahamas

Canada – Kingston, Ottowa, Montreal

Alaska –  AnchorageGirdwoodPalmer, Talkeetnafood and drink

ArizonaYuma, Phoenix, Sedona, Grand Canyon, Tombstone

CaliforniaDisneylandSan DiegoNewport Beach, Laguna BeachMalibu, Hollywood

Colorado – Colorado Springs (Part 1 and Part 2)

Florida – Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville

Georgia – Atlanta, Dahlonega

Kansas – Kansas City, Haunted Fort Leavenworth LawrenceSunflowers

Maine – Ogunquit, Wells, York

Maryland – AnnapolisBaltimore

Massachusetts – Cape Cod

Rhode Island – Newport

MichiganGlen Arbor, Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Holland

MissouriHannibal, Kansas City

NevadaLas Vegas

New York – Adirondacks, North Country,  New York City, NYC Part 2

North CarolinaOuter Banks, Ocracoke Island, Wilmington

OklahomaLawtonWichita Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma City Zoo

PennsylvaniaPittsburgh, West Chester

TennesseePCS road trip to Oklahoma, Cherokee

TexasSan Antonio, AustinFort Worth

VirginiaWilliamsburg

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