From corn sweeter than candy, to John Deere’s monster machines to actual candy and delicious ice cream from Lagomarcino, Quad Cities is a sweet surprise the whole family will enjoy.
A long time ago, before the Full Van Fun was Full or even a Van (but still Fun), this poem was a very special Valentine’s Day gift. Drawn upon years of working in a flower shop, this poem is a slightly different spin on the idea that roses are the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.
2016 was a year full of excitement for our family. From the birth of our 7th to our big move to Oklahoma, it was nothing short of remarkable. One of the highlights of this incredible year was spending the day at the 2016 White House Easter Egg Roll!
This weekend, the Full Van Fun crew is excited to check out the new iFLY in Oklahoma City and tell you all about it – from both the adult as well as the child perspective.
Whether it is walking through a brilliantly colored forest floor, the fantasyland of an ancient cavern, or a measureless sea of old tall corn, a trip to the Shenandoah Valley is one you and your family won’t soon forget.
There’s something magical about how the fading (or growing) light shifts the world around you introducing new colors, patterns, and details. Enjoy 15 of our favorite sunrise and sunset photos from our adventures around the U.S. and Canada.
Have 24 hours in Seattle and need ideas on nearly free Seattle family fun? On our 2015 cross country roadtrip, we were in the same situation. After driving all the way to Seattle from the Washington DC…
On May 21, 2016 we joined Buddy Bison on an adventure for National Park Trust’s Kids to Parks Day and this is our story…
Full Van Fun is excited to announce that we are partnering with the National Park Trust as an official Kids to Parks Day Ambassador! As part of our efforts to get the word out about Kids to Parks Day, we are giving away a pair of awesome National Geographic Kids books – their National Parks Guide U.S.A. and Buddy Bison’s Yellowstone to one lucky winner!
The story of Congaree National Park isn’t just some of the tallest trees, of their kind, in the United States. The story of spring in Congaree, is the trees, water, flowers, light and life working together to bring you something entirely new, entirely special.