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.
Fried Chicken and Moonbows is the story of our trip to Cumberland Falls in Kentucky and a surprise visit to Col. Sanders first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. This is also a tale about water, light, and the power of nature.
Driving along Rt. 191 from Jackson Hole, WY to Vernal, UT is a visual Tschaikovsky’s 1812 Overture with cannon. Rt. 191 is one long crescendo from the bucolic grasslands of Wyoming to the flaming rocks of Utah and the Red Canyon finale – and we had no idea.
Nowhere do you get a better sense of who Lincoln was as a husband, father, and President than Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, IL. Lincoln Home National Historic Site includes the only home Lincoln ever owned, a visitor center, and a fully restored four block neighborhood, containing twelve historic structures, around the home.
There are times in your life when you look around and feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. There are times in your life when you look around and feel like you are on another planet. When you visit Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, on another planet . . .
As we drove to our casita, the wistful white adobe walls and bright vivid flowers welcomed us to this enchanting city.
9998.2 mi, 46 days, 28 cities, 27 Junior Ranger National Park Service sites, 25 states, 7 Science Centers, 6 kids, 2 parents, 1 Honda Odyssey minivan.