Where the Helicopters Come

We wanted to do a helicopter ride around the Grand Canyon for our anniversary. It was (lucky) number 15, we were in Vegas, we felt a moral imperative to go. We did some research online and Sundance Helicopters got great reviews. We went with the Grand Canyon Sunset picnic tour in the EC-130 upgrade (more windows to see the sights). We were considering the private helicopter but decided it wasn't worth the astronomical cost. The limo picked us up an hour and a half before the scheduled tour and we checked in about an hour early (based on region of where they pick you up - the earliness of the pickup was kind of a bummer). Then there was a lot of waiting, and waiting, and waiting. As we were waiting, we were surprised how many people were taking this tour. We were afraid that they would cancel the tour because…

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You’ll Be Back

Geeks come in all forms. Most people think of "geek" as someone who is into sci-fi. Sure, we like sci-fi. But we're also theater geeks. Well, Kim is, and has slowly but surely turning Chris into one. Even non-theater geeks know Hamilton is a must on the "to see" list. When we found out it was opening in San Francisco, we immediately knew we needed to go. Disclaimer: we understand that this review will make or break the show. With that power comes great responsibility. Luckily we have nothing but good things to say. Lin Manuel Miranda is breathing a…

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Snow (Hey Oh)

One wouldn't think that traveling anywhere in April would bring snow. Then, one has been wrong before. One was very, very wrong. We had a lovely time in California, but it was time to move on. We were excited to get our "Welcome to Oregon" picture, only to have that plan thwarted by realizing "Wait, that isn't rain. That's snow!" Then the white knuckling began, for sheer fact that we'd never driven the rig in anything lower than 45 degrees. We'd only been in the mountains during the dead of summer. What a difference 500 feet makes. So obviously we…

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Pet Blues

We had to stop writing this post because as we were writing, our little dog Piper had horrible belly issues and we had to stop what we were doing and tend to her. It was disgusting. Gag reflexes were met (hi, gag reflex!). We have seen it before (little miss likes getting into the cat food despite the doggie traps we've created) but with  elderly pets, it is never pleasant. Luckily we found a good vet in our current area who knows the pets well. They've already nicknamed Piper "Pipey". She tends to win over every vet practice we enter due…

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Campgrounds

This will be a breathing list because we're always moving! That said, here are the ones that top our "best of" list  and why. Full disclosure: This is completely subjective. There is no point system, no scientific method. It's all whim. Best Area: Tiger Run Resort, Breckenridge CO - For us the location was perfect. You'll be a stone's throw from bike/running paths, near everything and tons of local flavor in both Frisco and Breckenridge. Pros of this campground are nice wide, paved roads. Lots of greenspace for the dogs. Amazing views and prime location. Breckenridge, for us, was a place…

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We’re Kim and Chris, tech-savvy wanderers. We have busy careers while traveling the country in our RV.

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