Go-Go Glampers Road-Tripping Part 6

Click on the below photo to see the video:

Grand Tetons Jenny Lake

I am the first to admit watching the above video is a bit like watching someone’s home movies. There was no editing out of silly conversations, or minor teenage rebellion. You get to see us as we are, tired, hot, happy, and all the other Disney Dwarfs. If you need a moment of escape, that Zen downtime, you will find lots of waterfalls, cute animals, and all things natural.

As I write this Summer is preparing to head off to college. She will be attending school in Maine. So I will be “Road-Tripping” to visit her in the future, and if you would like you can come along.

Summer heading to school will change the dynamic of our blog. There will be more travel, and lifestyle posts, along with our traditional beauty conversations. There will be more of me and maybe some guest appearances including Summer.

Please enjoy our video and photos from our trip to The Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. All the hikes were pleasant and not too strenuous. We offer the following Glamping tips:

A bandanna has many uses, from protecting your neck or hair from the Sun to offering cooling relief when dipped in a stream.

Do chat with the folks next to you when you wait in line for the restroom. I learned about trucker apps that help find the lowest gas prices and all about RVing from a friendly woman.

Be kind to everyone, I saw a woman crying in a Yellowstone gift shop. I gave her a bracelet I was wearing and told her it would get better. Women have to look out for each other. I met several solo woman travelers and they told me they took back roads when traveling, something I will consider in the future.

Now for those photos:

Where ever you are and where ever you roam, we wish you peace, love, and rocking adventures!

Your Fav Make-Up Mavens,

Ellen, Summer, and Aunt Kar

What is your favorite “Road-Tripping” destination? Please let us know in the comments below.

2 thoughts on “Go-Go Glampers Road-Tripping Part 6

  1. Thank you for sharing your amazing adventure. I enjoyed every minute of the video and all the photos and your words! I love you Ellen! You are an amazing woman!


    1. Thanks so much for reading our blog and watching our video. It means a lot to me that you enjoyed them. I love seeing the latest in your adventures! I hold a place in my heart for you. Xo


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