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You Can Never Be Too Prepared…Our Crazy National Park Experience

Thanks to the Blue Star Parks program, my husband Rob and I had the opportunity to explore the picturesque state of Washington this summer using the America the Beautiful pass. This pass is free for military families! It allows you to explore over 2,000 federal recreation sites, including national parks, national wildlife refuges, and national […]

Be Mindful With BSF and Headspace!

How many of you remember the relaxing days of childhood, those late summer evenings out playing with friends or taking time to just relax and think, hoping your parents wouldn’t notice the late hour and call you in? I miss those simpler days. Like many of you, I’m busy, feeling overwhelmed, and trying to maintain […]

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Hello, I’m Cameron and I want to share my awesome trip to a Blue Star Museum. My family and I went to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science with my Nana (who I haven’t seen in 2 years!). The trip was super fun with lots of things to explore. The first exhibit we saw […]