Happy Anniversary To Us!



In celebration of One for the Money Two for the Road’s first anniversary, we want to share some shots from some of our favorite national park posts over the last year. We cannot tell you how much we appreciate each of you for following us on the blog site and on Facebook. You are the reason we post our adventures! Enjoy the recap…

From our very first post: Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park
Zion National Park
Inspiration Point, Bryce Canyon National Park
Bear Lake with Hallett Peak reflection, Rocky Mountain National Park
Grand Canyon National Park – North Rim at Imperial Point
The Three Gossips, Arches National Park
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Death Valley National Park
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Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Bison grazing at Wind Cave National Park
Badlands National Park
Monument Valley Tribal Park (Navajo Nation)
Gifford Barn, Capitol Reef National Park
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The Tepees, Petrified Forest National Park
Great Sand Dunes National Park
Lower Falls, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park
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Grand Teton National Park

Thank you for joining us over the past year. We hope that you will keep coming back for more fun adventures, tips, and tricks. Oh, and there are sixty-one “national parks” now, and we’ve only covered eighteen of them so far! We will be covering more national parks, national monuments, national historic sites, state parks, awesome camping sites, and some great cities during year two. We’re also going to give you some helpful tips on RVing and road tripping. You won’t want to miss a post, so sign up, buckle up, and let’s go. Until the next trip…

Travel safe, travel smart, and we will see you down the road (or at a national park!) 

Mike and Kellye


As always, we strive to be as accurate with our information as possible. If we made a mistake, it was unintentional. (Hey, we’re only human!) We aren’t paid for our recommendations, and we only recommend our own tried and true vendors and venues. Our suggestions are for places that we’ve heard good things about but haven’t visited personally, and our opinions are our own.