Just a fun little video of one of the things you can do at the Crayola Experience at the Mall of American in Bloomington, MN. Read more about one of our trips to Crayola Experience.
Monday, July 31, 2017
Monday, July 24, 2017
Spend a minute at the Grand Canyon today, then plan a trip to spend a day or more there! This is the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. We spent a day here on our trip that included a road trip of Death Valley, Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Sedona & Phoenix. I will share more thoughts about the Grand Canyon in a later post on Save Green Being Green, but I wanted to give you a taste of it and see the video.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Be sure to check out Groupon to get a discount on your Jeep Tours. We were very happy with this jeep tour, so I would recommend it, but there are other Jeep tour companies in Sedona list on Groupon.
I will post more about this tour in a post in August on Save Green Being Green. But this is the only place I am posting the video.
Monday, May 29, 2017
Sunday, April 16, 2017
It's been a long time since I have posted on here. And doesn't mean I'm not traveling, quite the contrary. We are still doing a fair amount of traveling plus exploring our local areas or wherever our life adventures bring us two. It's that I haven't been blogging very much this year. I do blogging for fun and don't get paid to do it so it often and take a back seat when life happens.
Anyways, this past weekend we found ourselves at Cuyuna Brewing Company. It is a new brewery in Crosby, MN. There is 2nd new brewery that we have to check out as well. Crosby is turning in to quite the destination for trail bike rides and Adventure biking as well as fishing, kayaking, and breweries.
My husband tried a flight of the 4 beers 🍺 currently available (there is a 5th they didn't have right then). He said they were good and really enjoyed the lager, but the alcohol content on that one (7%, usually 3-4%) snuck up on him. I had an Italian soda and played a board game with the kids.
The only food for sale there are bags of gourmet pretzels, but they have menus so you can order food from nearby restaurants that are quite close.
They have tables made of these spools, I had never seen one quite that large before. They also had fun coasters that doubled as new faces. Those were fun to play with. We are usually with our kids when we venture out, so it was nice that there was stuff for them to keep busy with.
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