Though we love a gorgeous landscape as much as the next person, our favorite nature shots involve animals. Yellowstone National Park teems with wildlife year-round, and we were fortunate to see a number of interesting animals during our time there.
As I mentioned in my last recipe post, for the month of November, Marvin and I are going to stick to a paleo diet - no breads, dairy, refined sugars, or processed foods.
Since our trip to Mexico, where we enjoyed a plate of delicious shrimp and jicama tacos, I have been obsessed with jicama tacos. This recipe that includes stuffed jalapenos packs a serious punch!
See my paleo-friendly jicama stuffed jalapeno taco recipe below.
Marvin and I have decided that for the month of November, we are going to stick to a strict paleo diet. We normally try to keep our carb intake at a minimum, but lately, we have been snacking on crackers, cookies, candies, and chips much more than I care to admit! So we are getting back on course by cutting all breads, sweets, dairy, and processed foods.
Last weekend, we made a trip down to Mexico, where we relaxed and dined and just enjoyed life. While there, I gobbled up a plate of delicious shrimp and jicama tacos. Inspired by the jicama tacos there, I decided to make my own jicama tacos, but with a decidedly Asian flare.
See my paleo-friendly jicama taco recipe below.
With over 3400 square miles of land, Yellowstone is full of some of the most stunning views in the country. From waterfalls and canyons to vast open plains and sparkling lakes, Yellowstone is a nature photographer's paradise. See some of Yellowstone's best views below.
Ontario is called the "Land of 1000 Lakes," and rightly so. Everywhere we looked, we saw water! We spent a month in Western Ontario, in a town called Ignace. We workamped at Davy Lake Campground, a family-owned campground on a small lake. When we weren't working, we spent time updating the website, exploring the town, and getting to know our new friends.
South Dakota is home to a number of attractions, including national parks, mid-western-themed towns, and scenic drives, and we visited as many as possible in a short amount of time. The next time we make it to South Dakota, we'll stay longer, spending more time in the places we skimmed through, and exploring the ones we missed.
When we first decided to take the plunge, buy an RV, downsize our possessions, and hit the road, we poured over blog articles, watched countless YouTube videos, agonized over what to bring and what to leave behind, and then dove in head first and learned as we went along. Since then we have compiled a list of all the things we wish we knew before moving into our RV full time.
See our ultimate guide to full time RV living.
Carolyn and Marvin
Between the two of us, we have lived in six states and eleven cities. Collectively we have visited twelve countries and territories on three continents. Our bucket list of places to see before we die grows on a daily basis. We are self-proclaimed gypsies, wanderers, nomads moving from place to place,
In the words of Susan Sontag,
"I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list."