Usually I am all about the palm trees 🌴 (hence San Diego being my adopted hometown and me planning a trip to Hawaii later this winter to escape the frosty pine trees of the PNW), but last year when I *finally* went to Joshua Tree National Park I was amazed by how much I loved the barren desert landscape, particularly these trees. The Joshua tree was the main reason I wanted to take a day during our Palm Desert vacation and go to Joshua Tree National Park. These trees are often compared to the Truffula trees in Dr. Suess' the Lorax and I thought it sounded so cool to see. It was. The whole park was interesting to drive and walk through and felt otherworldly. I would love to go back NOT in June when it was 115 degrees Fahrenheit and explore it more.
We found this cool little hut on our hike today. We had to offroad in waist deep snow to get to it but it was definitely worth it! It was almost as big as our van 🤣
We had some people asking about our scuba certification in Thailand. We decided to write about it on our website about it. Link in bio 👈0
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It’s cold and yucky today, so we are posting our video from our Disneyland trip from last year to remember sunshine and churros ☀️ Go and watch it! The link is in our bio ☝🏼
Off we go! ✈️London/Romania/Switzerland After the overwhelming feat of packing our first overseas trip as a family of 4, I was so organized in some aspects and so completely not in others. Traveling avec Bebe and Tudor.