we are identical triplet sisters who love to travel and love each other even more. kylie, a humanitarian and explorer at heart, camps her way through the great outdoors while lisa, our little beach babe, soaks up the sun wherever she goes, and megan is an adventurous mama who has mastered the art of road tripping. welcome to traveling triplets!
Every road trip needs one good thing - a super comfy flexible amazingly cozy almost non-existent pant. Enter leggings. These workout pants double as a casual every-day "aren't these just a ray of sunshine" pant, and I get stopped by strangers to ask where I got them to rave over their cuteness. I have to say, there's something about them that just puts me in a good mood. This road trip things got a little wild and I showed off some of my best worst moves.
Gluten-free, grain-free pasta with a buttery flavor and silky consistency is my kind of dinner. We decided to top our pasta with homemade pesto, a lightly breaded chicken breast and roasted lemon brussel sprouts. The great thing about this meal is that the pasta only takes a few minutes to cook and voila! You're ready to eat.
I made the pesto with fresh basil leaves and whatever shaved almonds we had laying around (works just as well as pine nuts), garlic, salt & pepper and parmesan cheese blended in the Vitamix. The brussel sprouts were roasted at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes, dusted with salt & pepper and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Bake or grill your chicken, and use eggs to get the bread crumbs to stick for a healthy alternative to butters or oils. Tasty yum in your tum!
Destination: The Mystery Spot / Location: Santa Cruz, CA / Admission: $6 (+$5 per car)
You won't believe your eyes. There is such a strange phenomena going on at the Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz, CA. It's what they call a "gravitational anomaly" in the forest, where everything leans and we can actually defy gravity! Watch the video for a little more detail and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. If you're headed to the Redwoods, be sure to stop here for a mind-boggling experience and some really funny tour guides!