Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Visiting Grand Canyon National Park | Day 2 #TravelVlog



Hello, I hope you are safe and well. I finally had time to get this video ready for you, sharing our Day 2 adventure of visiting Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, CA. God blesses you when you least expect it, even during these times he is still blessing. I'm hoping to one day get back out into nature to share more adventures with you. For now, enjoy this video of the Grand Canyon and put it on your bucket list. It's a breathtaking place for all ages to see. Stay hopeful and prayerful for healing and recovery for all.





Grand Canyon



The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim



Grand Canyon: The Complete Guide: Grand Canyon National Park (Color Travel Guide)



Friday, April 3, 2020

#Travel Vlog: Mining Town in Jerome, Arizona Became a Ghost Town



I hope you are feeling healthy and safe at home. I decided to edit some more footage from the Arizona road trip I took in November 2019. This travel vlog shows our visit to a mining town in Jerome, Arizona.

According to historical facts, Jerome was built on top of what was the largest copper mine in Arizona. It produced three million pounds of copper per month, with the mines eventually closing in 1953. Creative artists came to Jerome after it was left a ghost town and transformed it into a successful historical attraction, including boutiques and shops. Now many people visit this unique town on their road trip through Arizona.

Have you been yet? If so, share your experience in the comment section below. If not, I recommend putting it on your bucket list of places to visit.

You may want to try the popular Bobby D's BBQ and Grill while you're there. They have salads for the vegan folks like me too.

Here are some other mining and ghost towns to explore with the following resources:

Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps/a Travel Guide to History

Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps



Death Valley to Yosemite: Frontier Mining Camps and Ghost Towns--The Men, The Women, Their Mines and Stories

Ghost Towns of the West

Friday, March 27, 2020

#Travel Vlog: Bearizona Wildlife Park in Williams Arizona



Today I was reminded of how beautiful and relaxing it is to spend time in nature and among animals too. This past November, I had the opportunity to go on a road trip through parts of Arizona, stopping at various places. We had a great time and the Bearizona Wildlife Park was fun, exciting, and a learning experience. It's perfect for the entire family, with a drive-through park and a walk-through section, similar to a zoo. 

In the video below, I'm going to share with you our experience visiting the park, but I recommend that you put this place on your list of travels-to-come. We may be living in a state of quarantine right now, but it will not last forever. We will be able to venture back out in nature together, exploring, discovering, and enjoying all of nature's beauty.




Want to learn more about some other best sites to see in Arizona? Check out this production on Amazon.

State to State: Arizona Road Trip




Friday, March 20, 2020

Quick Vegetable Bean Soup [Video]



I decided to prepare a quick Vegetable Bean Soup with some vegetables I had in my freezer. I always like to add some kind of beans for added protein. Since we are encouraged to stay indoors, it is important for us to eat good foods that will keep our immune system strong. 

In the video below, I share with you the steps for preparing this quick soup. Enjoy!

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Daiya Pepperoni Pizza #Review #VeganPizza



It's pizza tonight! In this video, I share a video food review about Daiya Meatless Pepperoni Pizza. It’s a plant-based option for vegans and anyone who wants a dairy-free and meat-free alternative. Is pizza your pastime favorite food? If so, that's great! If not, share your favorite Netflix and chill food in the comments below.

Daiya Pepperoni Style Pizza, 16.7 Ounce (pack Of 08)