The Frost’s Take a Trip-cation: Introduction

I finally have a moment to sit down and blog. It’s been (as always) a hectic couple of weeks – but I finally have had some time to go through our vacation photos.

As a child (and teen) Nick and his family have taken their annual family vacation to the Outer Banks, North Carolina.  As a child, myself,  I was alway super envious of large families that took vacations together.  Though I have a ridiculous amount of fond vacation memories with my mom and dad (I’m an only child) – I always secretly hoped that we could take an extended family trip to Disney or a cruise to an exotic locale. We talked about it – every Easter and Thanksgiving – but it never came to fruition. Time went on, awesome “trips” were to be had but an extended family vacation was never taken.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge

Chesapeake Bay Bridge – Selfie

That’s why – when Nick’s (awesome) parents gave us a week vacation with the family in the Outer Banks for Christmas – my feelings were conflicted. Positive Side – I FINALLY was getting my extended family vacation – with Nick’s amazing family and was super stoked.  BUT NOT SO POSITIVE SIDE – as Nick pointed out – it was going to be a (vacation* ) not a (trip*).  Sitting on the beach – all day – in the hot sun – doing nothing – made me a little  apprehensive. Unfortunately for my husband  I’m a walking, talking paradox. I love the outdoors, nature, sitting around and reading.  I love munching on snacks and snoozing on the couch.  BUT – I’m not a fan of doing that on vacation. Oddly enough – I’ve always been “get up and go” kinda girl when I go away. I suppose my folks are to thank for that little trait. From the time I could walk – we were “on the go” every summer.  Disney, Hershey, Williamsburg, Washington D.C., Fredricksburg, Gettysburg (The F.V), Waterloo Village, New Hope, Italy, Ireland, Canada, Busch Gardens … the list goes on and on.  There wasn’t a summer or “trip” we took where I didn’t see a museum, battlefield, amusement park, castle, or historical village. Exhausting – well … now that I think about it – yes. It must have been – ridiculously tiresome for my parents.  But – my father  – well he loved it and I loved it – knowing he loved it.  He instilled the go, go, go vacationing fever in me – and for all it’s worth – I just can’t shake it.  So Nick being the most amazingly understanding man alive and feeding his never-ending Libra need to create “balance” gave me my first (of I’m sure many) of the most memorable trip-cations I’ve ever had!!!!

Stay Tuned for:

  • The Frost’s Take a Trip-cation: Impromptu Delaware Car Show
  • The Frost’s Take a Trip-cation: Chesapeake Bay Crossing/Almshouse Farm at Machipongo
  • The Frost’s Take a Trip-cation:Currituck Heritage Park/Arthur WHO?!?!

 

**Trip – (according to the Sage Nicholas J Frost) – an experience in which one travels and engages in many activities such as sightseeing, tours, day trips etc

**Vacation (once again according to the Sage Nicholas J Frost) – an experience in which one travels with the sole intention of resting and relaxation

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