Space Tour Part Two: Kennedy Space Center

After our visit to the home of the first rockets, we planned a trip to see where the rockets are launched! Kennedy Space Center is the home of manned space exploration and you immediately get the sense of how history is continuing to happen in Cape Canaveral. Just turning into the main parking area youContinue reading “Space Tour Part Two: Kennedy Space Center”

We Were on a Honeymoon COVID Cruise

I think we are far enough along in this pandemic now that it’s safe to admit we were on one of the last few cruise ships out of Miami the weeks before the shutdown.  There were no cases of coronavirus on our boat, but one case of Influenza A was enough for ports to turnContinue reading “We Were on a Honeymoon COVID Cruise”

Visiting Disney World during COVID

What’s Walt Disney World like during COVID? My mother and I planned a two-day girls trip to check it out and share with you. I felt it was important to wait the obligatory two weeks from our trip to share our experience. It was – different – like everything is now days. A resemblance ofContinue reading “Visiting Disney World during COVID”

Space Tour Part 1: The U.S. Space & Rocket Center

The Williams family has some bonafide space geeks in it and this summer began one of our family bucketlist items:  To visit all of the Space Centers across the U.S.  There are thirteen NASA Visitor Centers in all, and we started where rockets began at The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Unfortunately,Continue reading “Space Tour Part 1: The U.S. Space & Rocket Center”

View from the Back Seat: Our Big Summer Trip

Written by Ethan Williams This summer our family went on a three week camping trip. I rode in the back-seat with our two dogs, Ashley and Tank. Our first stop was Pensacola, Florida. At Pensacola KOA, we swam and saw fireworks over the bay. I liked the big fireworks because they were colorful  and loud.Continue reading “View from the Back Seat: Our Big Summer Trip”

Review: House on the Rock

Following our Spring Green, WI review, we had to dedicate a whole post to House on the Rock. This is one of the most eclectic and eccentric places you can visit in the U.S. Guidebooks will recommend you spend at least three hours, but we’re telling you right now that it’ll take longer than that!Continue reading “Review: House on the Rock”