San Diego, California

July 2019 San Diego in July? In regards to being overcrowded in July, many people question if they should consider vacationing in San Diego. It’s a popular month in this amazing locale. Let me give you some reasons to visit in July. The weather is much better than in June. There is less chance of … Continue reading San Diego, California


Five Tips for New Travelers

Unless you are an anomaly, your first several excursions will include countless mistakes, half-witted behavior, and lack the knowledge needed to have a stress-free, mostly error-free journey. You’ll probably feel somewhat uncomfortable, and/or possibly concerned about what to expect during your travels. Reading material such as ‘Five Tips for New Travelers’ will help you transition … Continue reading Five Tips for New Travelers

Kanab, Utah

March 2019 A New Adventure Awaits I have lived in Utah for over 30 years and have hardly heard anything about Kanab. More popular tourist attractions like Zions National Park, Arches National Park, and Bryce Canyon are discussed more frequently. Since I have been to the aforementioned places more than once, I thought it was … Continue reading Kanab, Utah

Remembering those Who have Died while Serving in the United States Armed Forces

By definition Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering and honoring the men and women who have lost their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces. This day of remembrance began after the Civil War. Wreaths, flowers, and flags were placed upon the graves of the soldiers who … Continue reading Remembering those Who have Died while Serving in the United States Armed Forces

Tips for Planning a Family Reunion

A generation ago, family reunions were held at a family members house. Each family would bring an assigned food item to share in the potluck, and everyone would chip in to help cover the additional costs. One person was able to handle the planning of the reunion. Nowadays, families are scattered miles and miles and … Continue reading Tips for Planning a Family Reunion

No Hotel Gym, No Problem

I’ve been working out routinely for years, it’s a big part of my life, as well as Kimberly’s. I crave the positive feeling in my body from the release of natural endorphins. It’s a good addiction to have, if you were to have one, and very beneficial to the body as well as the mind. … Continue reading No Hotel Gym, No Problem

The True Meaning of Easter

For Christian’s Easter is the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the tomb, three days after his crucifixion. Celebrating the Easter holiday is a way to renew hope and forgive sins. Jesus Christ fulfilled prophecy. Through his death, he has given the gift of eternal life in heaven to those that believe in him, his … Continue reading The True Meaning of Easter

Park City, Utah

Red Pine Adventures June 2018 & January 2019 Park City is one of our favorite local destinations here in Utah. With it’s beautiful scenery, snow skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, many fine restaurants and bars, and so much more; it’s a great place for a weekend getaway. A lot has changed in Utah … Continue reading Park City, Utah

Protect Your Home When You Travel

You have made all the necessary arrangements for your trip. But, have you made the necessary arrangements for the residence that you are leaving behind while traveling? Not sure what arrangements you should make? Listed below are ways that you can protect your home while you are traveling. Get a security system, and make sure … Continue reading Protect Your Home When You Travel

Oven Baked Poutine

Poutine is a very popular dish in Canada, and is served in Niagara Falls restaurants, both in Canada and the United States sides. Oven Baked Poutine Recipe Makes 4 servings Ingredients 1½ pounds new or baby potatoes, scrubbed and cut into quarters 5 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided ¼ plus ⅛ teaspoon salt, divided ½ … Continue reading Oven Baked Poutine