The National Naval Aviation Museum ✈️✈️✈️ is the world’s largest Naval Aviation museum and one of the most-visited museums in the state of Florida. We always enjoy learning about history and doing it in a way where we can immerse ourselves makes it so much more enjoyable. We slowly made ...read more!
Visiting Elkhart Indiana – The RV CAPITAL of the World!
Visiting Elkhart Indiana If you’ve ever bought a camper anywhere on the planet, there’s an 80% chance it was built in Elkhart, Indiana. On our visit to THE RV CAPITAL OF THE WORLD, we took the opportunity to tour the Grand Design Manufacturing Plant and visit the Recreational Vehicle & Motor ...read more!
BMW Plant Tour & Zentrum Museum
If you’re ever in the Spartanburg, NC area one of the things you MUST do is visit the BMW plant for a guided tour. The facility builds the BMW X models and produces the X3, X3 M, X5, X5 M and X7 Sports Activity Vehicles and X4, X4 M, X6 ...read more!
Sierra Nevada Brewery Tour – Mills River, NC
You know when Dad gets to pick the tour! You do NOT need to like beer to enjoy this tour (but it helps). As an avid homebrewer (back in the day), I had a great time walking around and seeing all the equipment during the tour. This whole place was ...read more!
The International Spy Museum
The The International Spy Museum was absolutely awesome! The new facility is amazing. Tons of interactive displays and a fun role play which ties the whole experience together. If you’re ever in DC it’s definitely worth the cost 💵 of admission. Agent Cover: Adrian Rodriguez, Personal Trainer from Reykjavik, Iceland. ...read more!
Bunker Hill Monument
Caleb and I decided to climb the 294 steps of the monument! Inside, they number the steps to help/torture you during the climb. As we got to step 200 & he looked at me like “What did we get ourselves into?” I gave him a Braveheart style charge “For freeeeedom!!!” ...read more!
Freedom Trail Boston, MA
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long (4.0 km) path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts, that passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. Marked largely with brick, it winds between Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Stops along the trail include simple explanatory ground ...read more!
Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory
Maine has always crossed the Penobscot River in style. This bridges predecessor, The Waldo–Hancock Bridge has some interesting history (circa 1930’s). It’s really awesome to drive over. #cablebridge #cablestayedbridge #bridge #maine. Read more on here. Source ...read more!
Grand Design RV Tour
Just finished our tour of the Grand Design facility! Check out our post about it here. It was pretty cool to see where our RV was built and the manufacturing processes. We also got to meet one of the company founders and current #CFO. Thanks Rocky for a great tour! ...read more!
Today, Momma took the lead on teaching our son about #respect for those who have served our nation throughout history. #ilovethiswoman #wifey4lifey ❤️❤️ #ohanaexpedition Source ...read more!
National Museum of the Marine Corps
Wow what a great museum! We’ve drove past it 1000 times, but never stopped by. It has some great personal artifacts from #USMC history! @usmcmuseum #ussiwojima #lhd7 #freefamilyfun Source ...read more!