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Cutty’s Resort on Hayden Creek, Colorado

We booked a ton of camping for our first summer in Colorado. Our dear friends raved about camping at Cutty’s Resort as being a fun weekend getaway with no planning required. An easy 2-hour drive from Colorado Springs, this sounded like a perfect summer weekend. Cutty’s is a very large and popular campground and RV […]

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Cloudland Canyon State Park, GA

Cloudland Canyon State Park has a reputation for being one of the most beautiful parks in Georgia. We booked two nights in one of the state park cabins for some hiking and relaxation before heading out on our cross country drive to Colorado. The Cabins at Cloudland Canyon are lovely. We were in cabin 11, […]

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Sloppy Floyd State Park, Georgia

The Marble Mines hike at Sloppy Floyd State Park has been on our must do list for a while. It is a relatively easy but uphill hike to the mouth of a cave, with a pond and waterfall. There are plenty more extensive trails in the area to explore as well.  Sloppy Floyd turned out […]

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See Rock City. A Georgia Must.

After miles of passing red barns painted with “See Rock City” and the littles yelling out “Let’s go to Rock City” we relented and drove up Lookout Mountain to Rock City Gardens.  Jeff and I had visited a decade earlier before having kids. Rock City Gardens had also been a staple of my all-girls spend […]

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Blue Heron Nature Preserve, Georgia

While the Littles still love a good playground, they are capable of larger adventures. That has led me to seek out some different outdoor areas when we are visiting my parents’ house in Atlanta. The Blue Heron Nature Preserve, off of Roswell Road, is the perfect in-town place to stretch your legs and give your […]

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Visiting Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is often called Cinderella’s Castle. Neuschwanstein is surely one of the most beautiful castles I’ve seen, however we had to fight the crowds to get these stunning views. Our summer visit was ill timed, but the only time we were going to be in the area. We opted for a quick pop in […]

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Poznan, Poland with Kids

Poznan,  Poland blends old city charm with its bustling business center. We arrived in Poznan by train from Wroclaw and combined some “off the beaten path” sights with some of the more popular tourist destinations.  Poznan felt more metropolitan and busy than sleepy Wroclaw, but offered a plethora of activities for both adults and children. […]

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Walking Barefoot in Germany // Photos

Barefoot walking paths can be found all over in Europe but are particularly popular in Germany. These paths run for several kilometers, are completely shoe-free, and offer a variety of barefoot adventures. I had to experience one for myself and figured it would make a perfect pit stop for one of our driving days through […]

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