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A Summer Road Trip, part 5 – Angel Oak Tree

Here we are at our very last stop on this summer road trip! (By the way, I'm a little disappointed that it took my mom over 2 months to finish posting about this trip. *sigh*) Anyways, this is called the Angel Oak Tree, located in Charleston,...

A Summer Road Trip, part 4 – Tybee Island Lighthouse & MYSTERY STOP

We made a stop in Savannah, Georgia, but I was not in any of the photos (ahem), so we'll skip to some photos with me in them. Here I am at the Tybee Island Lighthouse! In 1733, General James Ogelthorpe founded the colony of Georgia...

A Summer Road Trip, part 3 – Driftwood Beach

Next on our road trip, we stopped at Jekyll Island, Georgia. Back in its heyday, Jekyll Island enjoyed its fame during the Club Era, where the rich and famous came to play and relax. The Vanderbilts, the Rockfellers, the Goodyears, etc. all were well...

A Summer Road Trip, part 2 – The Oldest Store Museum

Today, I am visiting a museum called "The Oldest Store Museum" here in St. Augustine, Florida. It is a museum the recreates a store started by C.F. Hamblen in 1908. It was not only the first store in St. Augustine, but also the first...

A Summer Road Trip, Part 1 – Castillo de San Marcos

Hey everyone, it's the summer so you know what that means - ROAD TRIP! I am taking some lucky humans on a road trip and our first stop happens to be St. Augustine, FL. Here I am in Castillo de San Marcos - Spanish for...

Road Trip Conclusion – Part 7, San Diego

The next and final stop on our road trip is... SAN DIEGO! Here I am at the Bob Hope Memorial in San Diego. Bob Hope was a wonderful and talented entertainer who loved performing for the troops. He did a lot of USO Tours around...

Road Trip, Part 6 – Joshua Tree National Park

The next stop on our road trip is... JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK! Now, if you follow my friend Little Fox, you'll notice that he also recently went to the same park. Maybe we drove past him during our trip. :) A popular site in the park is...

Road Trip, Part 5 – Death Valley National Park

Hello everyone, we're back on the road! Our next stop is... DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK! We drove and drove and drove and drove for what seemed like FOREVER. There was not another car on the road and all I could see was mountains and desert...

Mega Road Trip, Part 4 – Hoover Dam

Our road trip continues! After we left Williams, AZ, we headed to... THE HOOVER DAM! Now I really feel like this is National Lampoon's Vacation. The Hoover Dam was built between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression. It was dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt...

Mega Road Trip, part 3 – Route 66

Our Super Duper Road Trip continues! After leaving the Grand Canyon, we headed south and stayed at a town called Williams, Arizona. This town is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon" and has a train station with trains going to the Grand...

Mega Road Trip Part 2: Grand Canyon

Our road trip continues... DID YOU KNOW... You can get a national park pass for $85 and it will give you an annual membership to over a hundred national parks? That's well worth the price, as some park admission fees are $35 per vehicle. Today we are...

MEGA ROAD TRIP! Sedona, Part 1

This morning, my mom woke me up and told me we were going on a MEGA ROAD TRIP! But first, we have to fly to our starting destination. It's been so long since I've been on an airplane! The view above the clouds looks...

San Jacinto Battleground & Historic Site

( This post is a bit delayed - everything has been delayed as a matter of fact! I need a new secretary!) Earlier this year, I took a trip to San Jacinto Battleground & Historic Site, just outside of Houston, Texas. As some of you may...

Colorado Springs

I am in Colorado for a few days! Some of you might remember that I was here over the summer. Well, I'm back again! This time, I am in Colorado Springs visiting the United States Air Force Academy. Here is a picture of me on...

Iceland, part 2

Here I am at Þingvellir National Park. This area is located in a rift valley created by the drifting apart of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. These plates are moving apart at a rate of 0.8 inches annually. Now I'm at Skógafoss - a beautiful...

Iceland, part 1

Last month, I traveled to ICELAND! It was a bit chilly so here I am wearing my warm coat. We were there for several days. Our first stop was at a tomato greenhouse in Friðheimar. Geothermal energy in Iceland heats up a lot of buildings in...

Colorado, part 2

Let's continue on our Colorado trip! Next, I went with my mom to Pike's Peak, which is a mountain in Colorado Springs that rises over 14,000 feet high! Here is a Big Foot Xing sign. I didn't see him though. We drove up the mountain and...

Colorado!

A couple months ago (wow, I am really behind on posting) I went to Colorado with my mom. The first half of the trip was beary boring while she was at work, but I made up for it with lots of salmon and snacks...

Cruise and Chichen Itza

Over the holiday, my mom and I went on a cruise. I have never been on a cruise before, have you? I saw some large ships in the dock where we were leaving from. But soon, we left the safety of the harbor and went...

Milan, dah-ling!

Alright, let's take the final leg of our Italy tour. The last stop on this trip is Milan, dah-ling! We also happen to be here during Milan Fashion Week. I'll have to check out the latest stuffie fashions on the runway. So here I am standing outside...