As mother-daughter travel bloggers, we're covering the U.S. coast to coast.
We'd love to travel the world, but with so much to see and do within the U.S., we haven't yet found the time to leave our own geographic boundaries.
From the crashing waves of the Pacific shore to New England's rocky beaches, to the white sands of the Gulf Coast and everywhere in between, we plan to explore it all some day. Follow along with our travels and gain some inspiration for a nearby adventure of your own.
Florida Road Trippin’: Exploring the Sunshine State’s Best Destinations
This blog on Florida Road Tripping has been provided, courtesy of guest blogger, Jarno. If you are on a USA guided tour and road-tripping suddenly seems like a good idea, then head over to Florida for the best experience. Given the state’s immense land area, it comes as no surprise that Florida is a treasure … Read more
Home Comforts for the Foreign Traveler Visiting the U.S.
If you’re looking to travel abroad, there are plenty of excellent spots to hit up in the US. In fact, there is no shortage of experiences to keep you busy, and plenty of US culture, cuisine, and entertainment to delight. However, there’s no denying that time away from your home comforts can leave you with … Read more
Yellowstone in a Weekend – Complete Guide
If you’re wondering how to visit Yellowstone in a weekend, here is our Yellowstone 3-day itinerary. We’ve made this trip more than once, so we’ve gotten it down to a bit of a science. When to Go to Yellowstone if You Only Have a Weekend to Visit Our most recent trip took place on what … Read more
Three Off-the-Beaten Path Vacations for Summer Travel
According to recent research, 95% of Americans plan to travel this year. Over 65% will travel domestically, hitting popular summer destinations within the good old U.S. of A. No matter how you do the math, it adds up to a lot of travelers hitting the top destinations, such as Las Vegas, Orlando and Disney World. … Read more
Top Pet-Friendly Vacation Destinations in Oregon, The Most Dog-Friendly State in the Union
If you’re like us, you’re always seeking new pet-friendly vacations, restaurants, and specially, pet-friendly hotels. We always find ourselves hunting for dog friendly places in Oregon and New England because, after all, going on an adventure just isn’t the same without your dog. And if you’re like us, you also know that pet-friendly vacations and … Read more
Backroads and Beyond: Arizona Travel Destinations and Unique Things to Do
Seeking a safe haven from the bitter New England cold, we touched down in Phoenix on a late February night. Truth be told, we were looking for more than sunny skies and moderate temperatures. We were searching for the most unique things to do in Arizona. And while we did venture off the beaten path, … Read more
Visiting Tampa Bay, 5 Amazing Things to Do Near Tampa
When visting Tampa, beaches may beckon sun seekers and wave crashers, but there is more to vacationing in the area than sea and surf. In fact, you’ll find a number of amazing things to do near Tampa. For those looking for some more off-the-beaten path adventures, here are 5 nearby attractions you’ll want to consider … Read more
Exploring Historic Brooklyn
Exploring Historic Brooklyn Seconds to Go would like to thank guest author, Brian Skewes, for sharing his adventures in historic Brooklyn. Historic Brooklyn has a long – and sometimes strange – history. The borough started out as farmland and has come a long way since then. It is now a major center of fashion, art, … Read more
The Seven Things You Must Know Before Taking an Oregon Vacation
Before you embark on an Oregon vacation, it’s important to know that the state covers over 98,000 square miles of terrain but has only two interstate highways. That leaves a lot of back-road winding along coastal waters, through mossy green mountains and across starkly vivid dessert landscapes. It’s the contrasts of Oregon that make it … Read more
Oregon in Summer, a Paradise You Won’t Want to Leave
With over 1,100 moderate hiking trails, miles of back country wilderness and opportunities for biking, paddling and rock climbing, just to name a few, there aren’t many other warm weather destinations as friendly to outdoor enthusiasts as Oregon in summer. Add in a host of activities, a penchant for historical fare and a coastline filled … Read more
Why You Should Start Thinking About New England Travel
New England travel bloggers are a rare breed. We don’t jet of to exotic locations and rhapsodize about far-off places. Instead, we write about a little-known piece of the U.S. that most people don’t really understand. New England States List Connectictut Maine Massachusetts Rhode Island New Hampshire Vermont What state is New England in? It’s … Read more
Things to Do at Fort Myers Beach When You Get Tired of the Sand And Sun
Fort Myers Beach glistens like a jewel and beckons to all the world. “Come play in the sand and sun,” it says, and so the people do, lining the long causeway bumper to bumper and filling vacation rentals, hotels and condos. Surprisingly, it’s the beaches at Fort Myers that don’t see the crowds. Maybe it’s because … Read more
Coronavirus Travel Restrictions – Should You Book Mid- to Late-Year Travel Now?
While few states have issued Covid-19 travel restrictions, most locations have initiated some level of quarantine for residents. To help curb the spread of disease for our groaning healthcare system, it’s important to heed local advisories and limit social interactions, including travel. As social distancing becomes the norm and many communities experience the first shelter-in-place … Read more
What to Do on Sanibel Island Beyond Shelling
NOTE: On September 28, 2022, Sanibel Island was hit by Hurricane Ian, decimating much of the causeway that connects the island to the mainland and causing wide scale destruction. Travel will be restricted for many months, and some of the experiences covered in this article may be impacted. If you’re wondering what to do on … Read more
Dog Gear Travel Bag Essentials: Protecting Fido from Head to Tail on Your Journey
When it comes to traveling, I often go out of my way to find places that welcome my dog, Nemo. That can mean carrying around a hefty dog gear travel bag. Over the years, I’ve collected a wide assortment of gear meant to simplify my excursions and protect my dog from head to tail. Some … Read more
5 Mind-Blowing Oregon Photography Sites All Photographers Need to Visit This Summer and Why
DISCLAIMER: Our posts may contain affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, you won’t pay a penny more, but we’ll get a small commission, which helps to keep the lights on. Thanks! Oregon is known for its diverse landscapes and beautiful views, making it a great destination for travel photographers. Whether you … Read more