Grand Teton National Park
On a trip through Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Glacier National Parks, Grand Teton was probably the park I was the least excited about. I constantly thought, “It’s just a big mountain, right?” Well, technically yes, Grand Teton is a very big mountain. But this 310,000 acre park in Wyoming includes […]

Grand Teton National Park

Lakeshore Trail, Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park Photo Spots
It’s hard to take a bad picture in Grand Teton National Park. While most photos from here are good, fill your Instragram feed with images from the best photo spots in Grand Teton National Park. Mormon Row Historic District The barns and old buildings of Mormon Row are probably the […]

Grand Teton National Park: Photo Spots

“10, 9, 8, 7, 6,” an automated voice was counting down. We were 10 miles up a dirt road, high atop Jumping Off Rock overlooking Lake Jocassee in Pickens County, South Carolina. It was Monday, August 21, 2017 and the Great American Eclipse was about to begin. An eclipse app […]

The Great American Eclipse

Many luxury homes dot the 1000 Islands Region of New York and Canada. Including castles: Singer Castle and Boldt Castle. Getting There Both of these castles are on islands with no bridge access to the mainland so a boat is required for a visit. Both castles have dock space for […]

1000 Islands: Castle Tours

When I was in fourth grade my family took a trip to South Carolina to visit friends who had moved there from our small town in Pennsylvania. The 10 hour journey was a BIG DEAL to me. At this point our family vacations typically consisted of quick trips to amusement […]

A Travel Writer’s Origin Story

Name a US National Park. If you are like most Americans you probably named Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, or Yosemite – at least those are the Big 3 that have always come to mind for me. I couldn’t complete my #100by100 quest of seeing 100 National Parks before the Park Service […]

Yosemite National Park

The Cascade Mountain Range is an icon of the Pacific Northwest. Stretching from Canada through Oregon, the Cascades parallel the coast and are responsible for the wet weather this area is known for. The Cascades are also known for creating beautiful vistas of snow capped peaks. While I was familiar […]

North Cascades National Park

On the eve of my birthday in March 2014 I was contemplating a visit to Antietam National Battlefield. But laying on the couch sounded pretty good too. Did I need to go on a hike? Antietam isn’t going anywhere. Can’t I just go another time? As I lay in bed […]

#100by100: Challenge Accepted. Challenge Completed.

If you’re an avid reader of The Road Lots Traveled you may remember meeting JUCY in Utah Roadtrip: Part 1. JUCY was our camper-minivan that we picked up in Las Vegas. All the fun of RVing without the clearance restrictions or the anxiousness that comes with driving a big rig. […]

Utah Roadtrip: Meet JUCY