Simple Travel With Kids: How & Why to Enjoy Simplicity When Traveling With Family by Erin Musto
Every time I let life get complicated, I am reminded of the truth – simple is best. In science classes, we were always reminded of KISS (Keep It Stupid Simple). I am not a stupid fan, but it fits. Life is best enjoyed simply.
I remember the summers growing and later summers with my girls – they were simple. The highlights being bonfires with cousins, bathing in the lake and rockin' classic rock. When we did travel, it was often to explore a cider mill, nature walks, a cavern or maybe an Amish town. Our family adventures were often laced with geology, history or culture lessons and we had no idea.
I remember our big memorable family RV vacation to Maryland and Washington, D.C. What an adventure! We saw museums, rode the subway, visited battlefields and an old mine. I remember so much, and it was pretty perfect simple. I remember the sites, the food and my one souvenir. All of which were, especially in today’s times, were simple and memorable.
I would love to see the world, to adventure all over, but I want to embrace the simple and exploratory style of my youth. I want to relish in the adventure and simplicity of my youth. Won't you come along?
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