Life's Sweet Journey: June 2021

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Travel Tuesday Travel Linkup and Features

 Happy Tuesday! 

Each month I will be sharing features from the previous month's link up. Share your travel related content (blogs, IG, or YouTube) at the bottom of this post and let's explore together.

Small Town Find of the Month

Travel Tuesday Link Up
Travel Tuesday Link Up

The Saratoga Winery // Saratoga Springs, NY

The Saratoga Winery was amazing! Not only was this place delicious, from the food to the beverages, but the staff was also so helpful and hospitable. We currently live and travel full time in our RV and they very graciously let us stay overnight in the parking lot after I called to inquire about that as an option (google maps showed they had a large lot). We knew we planned to enjoy a few drinks, so staying allows Babe to drink along with me instead of limiting himself to one glass of wine if we have to move on. Not only did they make space for us (definitely get a reservation as they book up!), but we ended up coming back for brunch before heading out the next morning after we saw them setting up for their RAINBOW MIMOSAS! Yes, you read that correctly. I was curious to see if they would taste good because colorful things can be so hit and miss, but the flavors they use do not taste fake at all. Best mimosas I've ever had! Also, the open-faced, braised short rib sandwich- just do it, you're welcome!

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

June Currently

Hello, June!

Spring is on it's way out the door, summer is on the horizon and it's time for another monthly Currently catchup. Here's a peek at life lately...

{May Recap}

We spent the month of May fast-pacing our way north. We enjoyed time with family in Tennessee while we waited for Babe's computer to come in. From there we went to Pennsylvania and did a week in Gettysburg, then moved into NY for a week near Niagara Falls. Gettysburg was a very surreal experience. The park is so beautiful, but it's crazy to think about the amount of lives lost there and the history the ground holds. We also did our first Segway tour and LOVED it! Definitely our new favorite way to cover a lot of ground and history at once.

On our way to our week long spot in NY we stayed at a great boondocking spot for one night. Sugar Hill Fire Tower was so peaceful and the fire tower gave expansive views with a glimpse at the Finger Lakes. Plus it's close to Watkins Glen, which is definite must see!

Watkins Glen State Park
Sugar Hill Fire Tower