Iceland Ring Road Day 9 – Dynjandi Waterfall and more car woes

Things were starting to wind down by the ninth day of our Ring Road trip in Iceland. We had just spent several hours the day prior driving through the Westfjords region and we still were only halfway done with the … Continue reading

Iceland Ring Road Day 8 – A long drive on the Westfjords

Much like our previous day on Iceland’s Ring Road, on the eighth day, our itinerary was based solely on the campsite we wanted to get to by the end of the day. If there happened to be interesting sights along … Continue reading

Iceland Ring Road Day 7 – Seaside geothermal spa and seaside camping

The seventh day of our journey on Iceland’s Ring Road was probably the least eventful. After our travels the past few days, we were beginning to see why the south coast of Iceland was so popular; much of the Ring … Continue reading

Iceland Ring Road Day 5 – Relaxing in hot springs while someone does our laundry

By the fifth day of our Ring Road adventure in Iceland, we were starting to run out of clean clothes. We had known well before our trip that doing laundry on the Ring Road might be a challenge due to … Continue reading

Iceland Ring Road Day 4 – Diamond Beach and Múlagljúfur Canyon

Our fourth day on Iceland’s Ring Road was our most action-packed and favorite day (besides visiting a volcano on Day 1). The previous day, we had passed by several sights that were on our Ring Road must-see list because we … Continue reading

Iceland Ring Road Day 3 – Green Lava Field and Svartifoss

We started the third day of our Iceland Ring Road journey with the one and only activity/sight that hubby chose during our whole trip, Gígjagjá, aka Yoda Cave. I’m very much a planner, whereas hubby is laid back and likes … Continue reading

Chicken Corners and a Baby Lion’s Back in Utah

When given the choice between Colorado or Utah for hubby’s upcoming birthday trip in March, hubby was quick to choose Utah. He had already gone stir crazy for months during the fall and winter from not being able to take … Continue reading

A 15-mile Winter Waterfall Hike

When it comes to seeing incredible sights in Colorado backcountry, hubby and I are usually pretty reasonable and prefer not to risk life and limb. You won’t find us doing risky climbs/hikes, but occasionally, we’ll go the extra mile if … Continue reading

Why We Love Camping

In mid-October, we decided to get one more camping trip in the books (our 12th of the year!) before we put our camping gear in hibernation for the season. Although the trees in our own yard had not received the … Continue reading

Leaf Peeping Camping: Ouray and Silverton

Peak fall color in Colorado varies every year. Sometimes it’s mid-September and sometimes it’s late September. After venturing out for our camping trip to Leadville the weekend prior to this one (the last weekend of September), we found out we … Continue reading