Exploring Sky Harbor Airport with the Twins

We went to pick up a friend from the airport and did a little exploring! We got to see some Southwest Airlines airplanes and talk about who makes them and where they fly. We had fun on the escalators. We then saw a Bondurant race car that was on display to advertise racing school. The […]


Audrey Headframe Park

State and National parks near Cottonwood, Arizona

Watch us camp like pros with kids at Dead Horse Ranch State Park near Cottonwood, Arizona, while exploring other state and national parks nearby. There is so much to see and do in this area, it took a lot of videos to show just this one weekend, and then some. We still didn’t see everything […]


Survival Gear and pack

Essential Survival Gear For Any Adventure

My list of survival gear I actually use on all my outdoor adventures.


Halloween 2017

The kids had fun this Halloween, starting with a Trunk or Treat at the church. Jaxon was a hiker, Sami was a cowgirl cat, and Weston was a boy scout. They all got way too many treats and sugary candy that evening, as well as the following Tuesday, when the trick or treated all over. […]


A Farmer, a Market, and a Playground – Our Search for Better Food

My wife has been trying to detox our family for the last year or so (Her Blog). As part of her mission, she found this couple who are on a tour of America seeking out small farmers who do things naturally and organically and sustainably. This last weekend they just happened to be in the […]


Solar Eclipse 2017 Adventure

I made a bunch of videos of my Solar Eclipse Adventure. Here they all are for your viewing enjoyment. My plans for the eclipse: I’m giving away something “powerful”! I also discuss my plans for the Solar Eclipse, and what it takes to photograph it. Can I make it happen with a Cell Phone?! Find […]


The World Famous Fountain Hills Fountain

Blasting 300 feet into the air, this world-famous Fountain is quite the spectacular view to see. At full bore, it has the potential to reach 560 feet (170 m) into the air. This gave it the title of being the world’s tallest fountain, until fountains where built in St. Louis and then Dubai passed it […]


Historic Jerome Arizona to Ranches of Perkinsville

Along this route you’ll can get to see amazing distant views of the Mogollon Rim, the striking reds of Red Rock Country, and the rolling desert hills just east of Chino Valley. You also get to drive along side the Woodchute Mountain Wilderness Area on the southern portion of this trail. For more details check […]


Living in a Hotel for Three Weeks

We had to go live in a hotel for three weeks because we sold our house sooner then our apartment was ready: Getting Ready: In our search for an RV we couldn’t make up our minds on what to get, and we were about to get kicked out of our house because we weren’t going […]


Fountain Park Independence Day July 4th

The family and I spent the day at the world famous Fountain Hills Fountain in Fountain Park for the Independence Day Fireworks Show. We have had a lot of fun at this park as it’s full of great activities and beautiful things to see. It has statues, a frisbee/disc golf course, and even a splash […]


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