Our second house sit in England was also our shortest, and it was located in a small village outside of Shipston-on-Stour in the Cotswolds.  In case you are unfamiliar, the Cotswolds are a fairly hilly area in the country, historically used to graze sheep.  That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed our time in the, Read More

In the small village of Lacock in Wiltshire, sits the National Trust location, Lacock Abbey.  Originally built in the 13th century as a nunnery, and turned into a private residence in the 16th century, Lacock Abbey has quite a history to it.  In fact, it is considered the birthplace of photography, as William Henry, Read More

If I seeks, I geeks; and oh boy have I been geeking out recently!  As we prepared our luggage and loaded the car in Swanage, we had two main objectives for the day.  First, I couldn’t leave the Jurassic Coast until I had visited one last natural, nerdy destination, Charmouth Beach.  A significant source, Read More

With our Breckenridge sit over, we had a few days to get situated, do laundry, and repack for our Boise, Idaho housesit.  Originally, Ian wanted to drive all the way up to Boise in one go, or maybe stop halfway for a night.  After looking at a few options though, we decided to break, Read More