Rio Grande National Forest

The Rio Grande National Forest spans over 1.83 million acres in southern Colorado. You can enjoy much of its beauty by simply hopping on and off your drive along Route 160. We were headed from…

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Earthship Biotecture

Hubs and I had JUST watched a documentary about funky, completely sustainable homes made solely from recycled materials, and I couldn’t believe I randomly stumbled upon them in this quiet section of New Mexico. These…

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park-North Dakota To be completely honest, after being blown away by The Badlands in South Dakota I really didn’t have high expectations for the section of The Badlands to the North in…

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Roaming The Redwoods

“This land was made for you and me”…is what we sang as we roamed around this magical forest. It’s always been on my list to hug a Redwood. Perhaps it’s because of the patriotic song,…

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Snowball fights in summer on Mt. Hood

We absolutely LOVED Mt Hood, Oregon’s tallest peak. What a peaceful, beautiful place! How could you not love chilling on an 11,245-foot snow-covered stratovolcano in the stunning PNW region of the country?! We could’ve stayed…

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Great Sand Dunes National Park

Great Sand Dunes National Park in southern Colorado is insane!! It’s home to the largest sand dunes in North America! It was here we tried sand sledding for the first time, and definitely not last…

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Treasure Falls

Little hike, big rewards!! We randomly stumbled upon Treasure Falls on our way from back east from Mesa Verde National Park while driving along Route 160, which passes through the San Juan National Forest (where…

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Sari Marissa aka Fab Philly Mom is passionate about sharing her travels and the fun she has in her city with her supportive husband and two super adventurous little girls.

Sari has traveled to 48 states, 36 National Parks, 25 countries, and 4 continents....so far!

Sari is a very proud Yoga Alliance Certified 200hr yoga teacher, was named Yelp’s Top Reviewer in Philly, and co-founded Philadelphia’s first official Challah For Hunger chapter.

Sari is currently enrolled in a leadership
program through Women’s Philanthropy, in association with Jewish Federation of Philadelphia. She cannot wait to implement her gained knowledge and chair more of their events in the future.

There is never a time when Sari is not planning an adventure or discovering something awesome! Stay tuned...

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