Posts Categorized: family vacation

National Parks: More than the Grand Canyon

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Spring break and summer vacation are right around the corner. Have you started planning your vacation? Still not sure where you want to go? Here is an idea that has worked well for our family – purchase or reference Passport to Your National Parks book. What is the Passport to Your National Parks book? It… Read more »

Family Cruising – Fact vs. Fiction

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Booking.com It’s a debate that’s been around for decades.  A topic that not only has the country divided, but many families and friends.  Of course I’m talking about cruise ships.  There’s such a rift between the “pro-cruisers” and “anti-cruisers”, that when the two sides happen to meet, the tension can be cut with a butter… Read more »

Alaska – The Family Frontier

Our Family’s first time to Alaska, and it exceeded our expectations.  From the gorgeous mountain ranges and wild life, to the splendid seafood and family friendly dining.  Alaska is not just the last frontier, but a must for your family. We left our house on a Friday afternoon and arrived to Seatac Airport 2 hours… Read more »

A Road Trip Story

I was talking with one of our clients the other day. We were chatting about vacationing as children, especially road trips. She asked me, If I remembered my first road trip as a kid?  I thought about it, and I said, “Yeah, I actually do.” It was 1988.  I had just turned 12 and the tail… Read more »

The Ugly Truth About Your Vacation

Let’s play a game.  What image pops in your head, when you read, 7 Day Vacation?  If you have to close your eyes, go ahead I can wait.  Okay, you got it?  Now, I’m going to attempt to guess what you saw.  Ready? Sun Palm Trees Blue Water Beach Blue Skies Maybe a fancy drink in… Read more »