Zion National Park

The drive from Mammoth to Zion wasn’t exactly what we thought it would be. We ended up on a mountain pass with zero cell service, tons of s-curves, steep grades and at one point, it went down to a one lane road. And of course we drove it at night in complete darkness! The road … More Zion National Park

Mammoth Lakes, CA

We drove from Napa and spent one night in South Lake Tahoe before heading to Mammoth. The sunset was beautiful!  After some smore’s by the fire – with a raccoon trying to get our marshmallows – we slept at the Historic Camp Richardson campground and headed towards Mammoth the next morning.  The drive (like almost … More Mammoth Lakes, CA

Yosemite National Park

Words cannot describe Yosemite. Instead, this post will be filled with photos.  Things of note: We stayed at North Pines Campground. Spots are wooded, no hookups, picnic tables and fire rings are provided. There are public restrooms, no showers, and bear proof food storage lockers.  We hiked up, and back down, to Glacier Point. We … More Yosemite National Park

Ventura, CA

After leaving Newport Beach, we headed to Ventura and pulled into the Ventura Beach RV Resort. It was another great park. Level, concrete pads with full hook ups. It can get loud with the highway on one side and a road on the other, but we didn’t mind too much.  The beach was a short … More Ventura, CA

Newport Beach, CA

After leaving Arizona, we made our way to Palm Springs, then Riverside, Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. We stayed at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort, which is a great park! Full hook ups and nice level pads. Downside is there are a lot of ants, but we took the local advice and sprinkled Comet/Ajax around … More Newport Beach, CA


How do we school while traveling?  There’s a learning curve, but it’s pretty much two things: Any time Mark has meetings, conference calls or emails to answer, we will do school.  Everywhere we go there is something to learn! The weather, the topography, the history, etc.  We are also getting better at doing school anywhere … More Roadschooling