Entries from 'holiday'

A Beautiful Place – Big Sky, MT

Once all of our guests arrived safely in Billings, we packed up and shipped out via the Moho to a cabin we’d arranged to stay in for five days in Big Sky, Montana. We rented a place called “Eagle’s Nest” in the Moonlight Basin, just across from the local ski resort. The cabin looked pretty…

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Easter with Family – Charleston, SC

We were driving out of Charleston as I typed this. I was sitting in the passenger seat of the Moho, while Zephyr watched “Alvin and the Chipmunks” on the iPad and Chris drove and ate wasabi almonds. We were planning on staying in Charleston through Easter Sunday, departing Monday to make our way toward the…

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Two Ways To Live – Sarasota, FL

From St Petersburg we trekked south a wee bit (less than an hour if memory serves me correctly) to Sarasota, Florida. Someone had recommended Turtle Beach Campground on Siesta Key. Siesta Key is another of those beaches that was voted “Best Beach in the Universe” or something so of course we wanted to check it…

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A Jimmy Buffett Christmas (and New Year’s)

Chris’s parents came to visit us for Christmas and New Year’s. We wanted to be somewhere warm and knew we had to plan ahead a little bit with plane tickets to purchase and whatnot, so we arranged to meet them in Pensacola, Florida. They flew in on Christmas Day and we picked them up from…

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A Bit of the South for the Holidays

From Lafayette we were headed to New Orleans to stay at a state park for a couple of nights before crossing the border into Mississippi. After several warnings from Uncle Dusty and some Louisiana natives we decided to do a day trip to NOLA and stay in Baton Rouge instead. We posted up at the…

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A New Look for a New Year

2013 is fast upon us (since we survived the end of the world in 2012), and the husband has declared the blog needs an overhaul. As he’s the computer genius, I release (most of the) control to him and await new and exciting features and capabilities. And since Christmas is in like 48 hours, I…

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Sedona, I Think I Love You

Sedona from the airport overlook So far, on our extensive (sarcasm) ten day trip, if I had to stay somewhere for good it would be Sedona. The red rock formations all around the town/city (not sure which one it qualifies as, population 16,000 or so) are so beautiful. Different times of the day the shadows…

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