Photo Diary: Experiencing the famous Mai-Kai Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

These are just a glimpse of the Magnificent Mai-Kai Restaurant and lounge located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.   The tropical decor, tribal atmosphere, delicious food, exotic dancers and non stop high energy entertainment transport you to an exotic Polynesian island.  The Mai-Kai Lounge represents escapism at is best and showcases American Tiki history from the  1940's … Continue reading Photo Diary: Experiencing the famous Mai-Kai Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Come and discover the magic of Florida and adventures found in the Florida Keys.

Where am I taking my viewers this week? I’ve decided to step back in time and share an adventurous trip exploring Florida from Fort Lauderdale to Miami, Key Largo, Key West, and Orlando.   I chose to blog about Florida this week to pay a tribute to the amazing state and support my friends and fellow … Continue reading Come and discover the magic of Florida and adventures found in the Florida Keys.

Photo Diary: The Maroon Bells, White River National Forest, Aspen, Colorado

These photos were taken by my cousin Indigo Lehew and his girlfriend Isabel, who recently took a road trip to Aspen Colorado for his birthday to camp and see The Maroon Bells.  The photos were breathtaking and I wanted to share them.  This place has been elevated to to the top of my bucket list. … Continue reading Photo Diary: The Maroon Bells, White River National Forest, Aspen, Colorado

Exploring Nevada’s remote back country and rich mining history.

When seeking inspiration for my next blog post I never have to look far, Facebook gives me a daily reminder with the On This Day app that allows me to see a glimpse of all of my crazy adventures over the past several years.  The pictures allow me to go back and relive these adventures. … Continue reading Exploring Nevada’s remote back country and rich mining history.

Photo Diary: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Read more about our adventure on my blog, 6 States, 4 National Parks and a National Monument. Part 2.

What to know when traveling to Monterey, CA in an RV.

Where to stay… Click on the name of the RV park or campground for a link to the facility. Veterans Memorial Park—is a conveniently located first come, first serve campground with dry camping RV sites. There are no hook ups, but there is water and a free dump station.  Located at 1200 Veterans Dr, Monterey, … Continue reading What to know when traveling to Monterey, CA in an RV.

Photo Diary: Sea life in the wild in Monterey, CA

Read more about Monterey, CA on my recent blog Top 10 things to do in Monterey, CA . This is a protected beach for Harbor Seals and their pups. This is part of Lover's Point State Marine Preserve and is located at Point Cabrillo.  You can only view these Seals and pups through a chain link fence. … Continue reading Photo Diary: Sea life in the wild in Monterey, CA

Top 10 things to do in Monterey, CA

Every trip that I take to Monterey, CA is a different adventure with a different atmosphere or energy depending on who is joining me on the trip, significant life events occurring, my mood, seasonality, or weather.  You can take an action packed trip full of adventure, or a have a relaxing quiet romantic getaway, or … Continue reading Top 10 things to do in Monterey, CA