Wacky Wanderers

exploring on the road as a family

Tombstone, AZ

Justin and I had previously visited Tombstone before we were married or even engaged actually and we had such fond memories of it!  Well, we realized that those fond memories were in part because we didn’t have kids.  😛  Tombstone is definitely better to visit as an older kid or for adults. Still, we managed to recover ourselves and have a pretty good time by the second day.

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Chiricahua National Monument, AZ

This was a very interesting stay.  First of all, our GPS took us on “the shortest route” there which turned out to be down a 27 mile dirt road in the back country.  Interesting choice Google that we blindly followed.  I was driving and suddenly saw a sign that said “payment ends.”  What?!  Why was the pavement ending?  We checked the map but it would have been quite a ways to backtrack onto an alternative route so we decided to continue.  

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Harvest Host Dairy Farm & El Paso TX

We had been considering joining Harvest Hosts for a while now– a membership program that allows you to camp for free at farms, wineries, museums and more. While we were at Big Bend, Justin had a conversation with some campers who were members and decided it was time for us to join. Our first Harvest Host experience was staying at Licon Dairy in San Elizario, Texas. We had a great time!

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