We missed the waters.It's been a while since we've been to any body of water with running water!It's a very welcome extra that in bear camping 2019 we were able to go visit the Lower Canyon Creek with very cold water.Zoe even joked, "mama the water is too cold, I am going to die!"We enjoyed… Continue reading Caution: Cute Young Ones and Young Once At Play!
Going to bear camp 2019 is the first for my girls.Their first time also to experience the wilderness.At the wilderness, there was No Mobile Signal.No Japanese Anime for Faye.No K-dramas for Zoe.Their ingenuity came out.Here's how they enjoyed their first bear camping.They played "volleyball" with pine cones.I never thought pine cones could be so useful.My… Continue reading The Great Outdoors is Life’s Biggest Playground
Camping is great! It needs a thorough preparation though. Here's a checklist of To-Do things to enjoy camping. 1. The tent. Make sure to pack all the paraphernalias. 2. The chairs. You need something to seat on. Get the folded ones they are easy to pack. 3. The mat, bedding, blanket, and pillow. 4. The… Continue reading A 12 Point Packing Checklist When Going On Camping
We are on the road again! On our way to paradise. Our bear camp 2019 site at the Mogollon Rim. The girls are busy on their mobiles. They know there will be no service at the campsite, the wilderness. Road trip is always fun. The scenic views de-stress me. The saguaros are a delight to… Continue reading Hit The Road on Labor Day Weekend
We are going on a camping today. Everything is ready.The red truck is full of stuff. Up north at the Mogollon Rim in Arizona is the place to go. The Rim country embraces 50-mile radius around the town of Payson. Payson is 90 miles northeast of Phoenix. It has an elevation of 5,000 feet and… Continue reading Hello Camping, Goodbye WiFi
Some people equate vacation with lots of money. That you can't enjoy your life without much money. Nowadays though there are affordable ways of enjoying a vacation. Our visit to Sedona was one good example. Here's a list of activities that one can do without needing money...
One day is not enough to visit all the beautiful places in Sedona. What we have seen in July 4 though made us very happy. No words can describe my feelings upon entering the Chapel of the Holy Cross. What a sight!