Tag: PCS

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Cumberland Gap National Park

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Cumberland Gap National Park

Cumberland Gap National Park was the last stop before arriving home in Kansas. My plan was to camp the night here which sort of worked. We got about halfway through the night before the weather got a little bit too severe to safely camp so […]

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Little River Canyon National Preserve

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Little River Canyon National Preserve

After leaving Pensacola, Florida, our next stop on the way to Kansas was Little River Canyon National Preserve in Fort Payne, Alabama. It was only about a five hour drive from my in-laws’ place so Chewy and I got an early start and were at […]

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Blackwater River State Park

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: Blackwater River State Park

After all of my birthday shenanigans the night before, I came home and finished packing and loading up the car and started my adventure to Kansas the next morning. My first stop was in Pensacola, Florida to visit with Troy’s family and our friends up […]

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: My Move Back to Kansas

The Ultimate Pioneering Adventure: My Move Back to Kansas

The time has finally come! Although moving across the country is a lot of work and very stressful, this move is extra special for me because my husband is returning from his nine month deployment overseas! Because I’m beyond ready for him to be home […]

Florida Farewell: Birthday Partying in Tampa

Florida Farewell: Birthday Partying in Tampa

After Siesta Key and my last beachy hurrah, I had to come to terms with leaving my wonderful home state for landlocked Kansas. However, moving day wasn’t until the day after my birthday so I was determined to party all over Tampa to ring in […]

Back to School or Across the County: Moving Hacks for Every Tumbleweed Chaser

Back to School or Across the County: Moving Hacks for Every Tumbleweed Chaser

I don’t think I was prepared for the number of times I was called Dorothy when I moved from Florida to Kansas the first time before my husband and I got married. If you want to be funny and original, quote one of the only […]