Camping at Huntsville State Park, Texas

I went camping at Huntsville State Park! The park is located in Huntsville, Texas, which is about an hour to hour and a half north of Houston. Huntsville State Park is a 2,000+ acre park next to the Sam Houston National Forest. Within the park is Lake Raven, about 200 acres and filled with a variety of fish, frogs and alligators (yes — alligators!). It … Continue reading Camping at Huntsville State Park, Texas

5 Interesting Things to Do and Places to See in Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona, is one of the most magical and mystical places to hike. The tourism industry in Sedona claims that there are giant vortex’s of energy and other mystical things that you can feel as you hike. 1) Hike Devil’s Bridge! The Devil’s Bridge trail isย 4.2 miles round-trip hikeย that leads to a beautiful natural sandstone arch. It tends to get quite busy, however, it is … Continue reading 5 Interesting Things to Do and Places to See in Sedona, Arizona

Hiking Diamond Head State Monument and Exploring Waikiki Beach! Hawaii, Day 6

I went to Hawaii! Hawaii is actually paradise and this trip was one of the best trips I’ve ever been on. This is the sixth day of my week-long adventure, so check back in soon for the upcoming posts of my adventure! On my sixth day in Hawaii, my first full day on Oahu, I headed to the iconic Diamond Head State Monument. Diamond Head … Continue reading Hiking Diamond Head State Monument and Exploring Waikiki Beach! Hawaii, Day 6

Houston’s Instagram-Worthy Graffiti Park

If you’re a graffiti lover and Instagram poster, you will love Graffiti Park in Houston, Texas. Graffiti Park is located at 2102 Leeland St, Houston, TX 77003, and is completely free. There is a parking lot located at the park and street parking in the neighboring streets. It is a favorite spot for Instagram lovers and beautiful art. All of the art is created for … Continue reading Houston’s Instagram-Worthy Graffiti Park

Sledding at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

On my roadtrip from Washington D.C. to my hometown of Tucson, Arizona, my uncle and I made a pit stop at White Sands National Monument in New Mexico! White Sands National Monument is 52 miles northeast of Las Cruces and a part of the northern Chihuahua Desert. It features giant dunes of pure white sand, with a visitor center run by the National Park Service. … Continue reading Sledding at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico