The common questions that we receive about our RV trip around America are “How are you going to do this with kids?” and “How much is it going to cost?”. We’ve still got a lot to figure out about how we are going to do this with two small children, but we have a pretty […]
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Compared to vacations of similar duration, a bicycle ride across America has to be one of the cheapest ways to see the country. The cost to bike across America can vary greatly depending on your adventure style and habits. I’m sure people have squeaked by with a self-contained bike ride that cost less than $1,000 […]
We’re traveling the country in a 1969 21′ Globetrotter Airstream travel trailer. More about our trip on The Kelleys page. Below are pictures of our vintage Airstream when we bought it, and here is the the story of how we bought it. The Buy Story I was amazed at the competitiveness of the vintage Airstream […]
We haul our two children around the outdoors in a double BOB that takes a beating and makes regular cameos on our adventures.
The North Carolina Museum of Art on Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh, NC has a 160 acre park that combines nature and art, giving visitors an opportunity to walk through fields and forests while enjoying numerous commissioned works of art. The park combines paved paths for walking and cycling, and it also has some scenic […]
Umstead State Park has about 20 miles of walking and hiking trails, and on busy weekends you’re likely to see many casual walkers, trail runners, and even a few folks loaded with heavy backpacks (some training for longer backpacking adventures.) The walking trails tend to criss cross one another, but if you hiked every mile […]