Havasu Falls in November

So there are plenty of blog posts out there about hiking Havasu, what it's like, how to prepare, details, etc. So I'm going to try and either speed through those things and not repeat all the usual info. Instead I'm gonna try to focus more on the November specific experience. So here we go! For... Continue Reading →

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Labor Day 2018: The Wave

I haven't written a post yet for Labor Day 2017, but let's just skip ahead right to 2018! The Wave! We've been trying for these permits for....let's just say a while. And amazingly we finally got them! For Labor Day no less! For those of you who don't know, The Wave is a very limited... Continue Reading →

Chase Sapphire Reserve Devaluation

Changes coming in August: No Points on first $300 of travel purchase: Each year, each card holder gets a $300 credit towards travel purchases. No points will be earned on purchases using this credit. This one is a slight bummer. That's a 900 point loss each year. But I do understand this change. When I... Continue Reading →

Iceland October 2015

Iceland is probably one of the coolest places to travel and is great especially if you don't have a lot of time and/or are on a tight budget. There's plenty to do and see and it can be pretty cheap to get there. You also don't need that long to really get to see and... Continue Reading →

Labor Day 2016 Road Trip!

Start: San Diego Stops: Capitol Reef, Arches, Canyonlands, Monument Valley Transportation Method: My good ol little Corolla (Her name is El) Time of Year: September First Leg: Drive from SD to our stop in Hurricane for the night. Let me tell you the traffic was horrendous! I don't think we got there until 5am. There... Continue Reading →

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