Get Your Sports On in Arlington

Disclosure: This post was created in collaboration with InterContinental Hotels Group. As always, all experiences and opinions are my own. I'm going to let you in on a little secret. I love sports! I'm not sporty or athletic, but I love watching sports of all kinds. I grew up as a military brat, and my family lived all over the country. One of the things we did whenever we moved to a new place … [Read more...]

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Currently March 2017

Currently | 3.16.17 Watching | Top Chef  & Movies. > I finished Top Chef Season 14.  I was in it until the end (sometimes on previous seasons, my interest would wane at the end), the last few episodes were nerve-wracking as the last 4/5 were all veterans from previous shows that I loved. Can't wait for Season 15! At night before we go to bed, Mr. Misadventures and I are watching … [Read more...]

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Wonderfully Wanderful

DISCLOSURE: Wanderful provided me a one-year membership for their new membership community. All opinions are my own, but I am totally in love with these guys and read on to see why! Read on to find out how to get your chance at 1 of 10 free memberships to Wanderful’s travel community! I have a confession to make. I haven't done any solo travel.  Yes, I've added a few days before or after … [Read more...]

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36 Hours in Anaheim – Eat, Play and Stay

Disclosure: This post was created in collaboration with InterContinental Hotels Group. As always, all experiences and opinions are my own. Are you heading to Anaheim for a conference or trade show and wondering what to do? Don't underestimate the power of doing something else in Anaheim besides seeing the mouse! I know from personal experience with working and attending events that … [Read more...]

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3 RV Parks Near National Parks

We were so lucky to have visited twenty-one national park sites during our one year on the road. In my experience, when it comes to traveling by RV, finding RV parks near national parks is one of the most important factors of a good visit. At least in the Misadventures family. I didn't write a lot about the RV parks we stayed in.  We paid for all our stays on our own. Meaning I didn't do any … [Read more...]

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Zion National Park in the Winter

Our last little adventure before settling into Portland was visiting Zion National Park for two weeks. I feel so blessed to have been able to spend a significant amount of time in so many National Parks this year, and Zion was no different.  Mr. Misadventures and I had visited Zion during out Southwest roadtrip in 2012, but it was only for about 36 hours, which wasn't nearly enough time to explore … [Read more...]

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Weekly Wanderings #55 – On the Road/Portland

It's been a tough week. If I had to label the mood, it'd be dispirited. Our frozen misadventures continued (having started last week) and I'm not talking the Disney movie kind. We only stayed in West Wendover two nights instead of three. The Bonneville Salt Flats in the winter are a bust. Or at least, this winter. The second night in our RV park, ours because we were the only ones there, the … [Read more...]

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America’s Treasure – National Parks

[Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Application ESTA, but all opinions and experiences are my own.] One of the greatest gifts my year-long sabbatical has provided is a new found love for our national parks system. I had the opportunity to visit 21 National Parks, Monuments, Wildlife Refuges or Recreation Areas. And while that seems like a lot, Mr. Misadventures and I have only scratched … [Read more...]

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Valley of Fire State Park – Fire Wave and Pink Canyons

We have visited Valley of Fire State Park many times over the last few years. It continues to be one of my favorite parks, which is saying a lot because I'm not a huge fan of hot weather or the desert, although I do think the desert in the winter is spectacular. The park is an hour's drive from Las Vegas and we always try to come out whenever we go to Sin City. I used to go several times a year … [Read more...]

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Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park is well loved by people in Southern California and it's famous for its stars. Mr. Misadventures and I spent a long weekend in Palm Springs in 2011 and visited the park but didn't spend a ton of time checking out every nook and cranny. Joshua Tree had seemed to elude my hubby, we had thought to visit when we were staying at Borrego Springs but it was just too far a … [Read more...]

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