Some days, you have to kick off your shoes and pretend to be Moana as you wade through a stream at the @museumoflifeandscience. 😀 We couldn't have asked for a better trip to @durhamnc and can't wait to go back and explore more! #ad #DurhamSummer #DurhamNC
Giant rocks, tiny family! Walking around Arches National Park was truly mind boggling: the rock formations are so delicate looking yet they're massive! #wildwestmariners
Those freshmen keep getting younger and younger every year... :D We're exploring @durhamnc right now to find the best of the family friendly spots in the city, and Duke University was a great place to start! From learning about Gothic architecture in the chapel to strolling through the Asian Arboretum in the gardens, the Duke campus has more to offer (non-college aged) kids that you might think. Start planning your own Durham trip here >> https://ooh.li/2c4918f #ad #DurhamSummer #DurhamNC
The drive from the Grand Canyon's South Rim to Monument Valley took a few hours, but it was fascinating! The scenery changes every 20 miles or so along this stretch of road, so we went from the dramatic red stone of the Grand Canyon to these rolling hills in less than half an hour! #wildwestmariners
I met my husband on the first day of college, and we started dating less than 2 weeks after that. As a 19 year old, I had no idea what our lives had in store but I hoped that whatever came along would allow us to experience it together. 13 years later, Landon is the best dad ever to our amazing kids, and I'm so glad that I get to call this family mine. Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there!
First big beach day of summer! We had a blast playing with our cousins, splashing in the waves, and eating at least a pound of sand (that last one might just apply to our seven month old!). We're back home now, smelling of the salt air and sporting pink cheeks, which is the perfect way to end the day. How did you spend your Saturday?
Monument Valley was one of the major tent poles for our #wildwestmariners itinerary, and it didn't disappoint! The self-drive tour took us by the bases of incredible mesas, buttes, and spires (and we learned the difference between the 3!). What's the most stunning natural place you've visited?