Did you know that National Moon Day is today, July 20th?
This is the 43rd anniversary of the day that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon and proclaimed that they were taking “one small step for a man and one giant leap for mankind.”
There are plenty of fun ways that you can celebrate Moon Day in your own home and teach your children about this important moment in world history.
Here are some ideas of what you can do to celebrate today:Read More
Have you ever been to Disneyland? What about Disney World?
Did you know that Disneyland has the most visitors of any theme park in the entire world?
Over 600 Million people have walked through the turnstiles at the “Happiest Place On Earth” since opening day on July 17th, 1955!
In fact, Disneyland was second only to Magic Kingdom in Disney World with 16,140,000 people making that magical ride from the parking lot on the tram or the monorail from the hotel properties to enjoy a day in the land of wonder.
Another cool tidbit; …..Read More
Summer is on its way and the warm weather means that thousands of families across the USA will be bringing out their tents, tarps, folding chairs, camping stoves, fishing rods, and sleeping bags.
The summer camping holiday is somewhat of an American family tradition which is celebrated on every long weekend and school break of the year.
There is nothing quite like the experience of eating hot dogs roasted over an open fire, making smores, telling ghost stories and falling asleep in the peaceful silence of the forest.
Camping is a great way to spend a holiday with your family. Camping sites are cheaper than motels, you can cook your own food and the kids will love playing in the forest and swimming in the lake.
Camping can also be a romantic way to spend a getaway with your sweetheart, as you take scenic walks together and cuddle by a roaring fire.
If you are planning on taking a camping trip this year, here are some of the very best camping spots in the USA where you can enjoy the best of the outdoors:Read More