On February 26, 1919, the Grand Canyon, was named a national park by the National Park Services. That means this year, we celebrate the 100th birthday of America’s most wondrous natural phenomenon!
There’s no better time to experience the Grand Canyon than this centennial year as the park will feature activities, excursions, lectures, and more in honor of its milestone birthday. It is truly a mighty place to encounter and planning a visit can be daunting due to the overall size of the park, limited hotel space, and the many options available to explore it from all different perspectives. Here are some of our favorite ways to experience this iconic wonder that are more immersive than simply peering over the edge to behold the beauty of the canyon.Read More
Curiosity finally gave way, and I decided to book our first family ocean cruise vacation. Our 11-year old twins would be on school break over Thanksgiving so we decided to plan for our holiday getaway out of a smaller port closer to our Nashville home.Read More
Before you start packing, make a list of essential items for planned events then complement the same colors with other outfits so you need less shoes and accessories.Read More