I was lucky enough to be chosen by Gatlinburg CVB to go on a Cincinnati-focused blogger weekend! We got to experience Gatlinburg’s newest attractions, such as Anakeesta, winner of the Attraction of the year Award for 2018, and the brand new Ripley’s Guinness World Records! As well as the older traditions, like the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Ober
When planning your vacations this fall or for next summer don’t forget about Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp – Resort of Mammoth Cave! It is a campground, so if you have an RV or enjoy tent camping you can do that! If you don’t you can rent on of their 74 air-conditioned Cabins! click here to find
My children have only been to the beach once, when they were small. Austin hated the sand and cried the whole time on the beach. Ava was in a life jacket – I was terrified of her drowning! Other than that, it was a great time! However, I knew, I wanted to wait until they
Michigan has been on my bucket list for a long time! We have a good friend who is from Michigan so when he offered for us to rent a house with them and our families, it was an instant YES! It was such an amazing trip! Staying with them was like having our own personal
Let’s begin with a short list of “must-do” things that everybody who visits the area should try to see or do. Since we stayed in Lake Leelanau, Michigan, I’ll start with the ones closest to that location: 1. Leelanau Peninsula The scenic Leelanau Peninsula has long been a major fruit producer, and today it’s also
After much searching, talking to many self-proclaimed Disney experts/friends, and many late nights of planning; I finally talked the Hubs into biting the bullet and taking our family to Disney this past March. Our Children were 6, and 4 at the time and I really felt that this was the perfect age to take them.