Ahhh…the nostalgia…I remember my 5th grade field trip to Catalina Island. From snorkeling to dissecting a squid to roasting marshmallows with my classmates, I knew I had to revisit the island at some point.
Well, this was Michael and Little Nugget’s last stop for our month-long road trip. (secretly cries)
Michael and I are back in good ol’ California for another fun adventure! We’re off to one of the hottest places on Earth, Death Valley National Park.
Great Basin National Park is one of the most underrated national parks in the U.S. Located just off US 50, aka “Loneliest Road in America,” this hidden gem is a MUST especially for those who want to enjoy full solitude and get away from tourists (I know I do!).
After our horrible experience in Wyoming, we left to Salt Lake City to spend a night before heading to Nevada. Along the way, we stopped by Golden Spike National Historic Site since it was really close by. Although the weather was very windy and cloudy, I’m glad we made this stop.
Yellowstone National Park is the first national park (established in 1872) and one of the most popular destinations in the U.S. with over millions of visitors visiting the park each year. There are various reasons why people visit: wildlife, nature, geysers, outdoors, and, of course, the Tetons.