Guys Behind the Blog // June

So, since blogging life was a little buy last week, I never got to have Justin take over for Betsy’s June Guys Behind the Blog. So, he gets to do it today, then at the end of the month, he’ll do July’s!

1 // What’s the best vacation you’ve ever been on?
Beach trips with my family.  Every summer, my family and a few other family friends would drive down near Dover, Delaware and spend the day at the beach.  Body surfing, boogie boarding, sandy picnics, and geting horribly burnt despite all of the sunblock we put on.  We would wash up and walk along the boardwalk and often eat at Grotto’s Pizza right on the boardwalk.

2 // If you could go anywhere in the world on vacation, where would you go?
Either Japan or New Zealand.  My LOTR geek wants to see Middle Earth.  My high school anime obsessed nerd wants to see Japan.

3 // Are there any summer traditions that you have or would like to start? (think things like big picnics, summer activities, bonfires, or day trips!)
Water fights.  Hoses, water balloons, squirt guns, pitchers, faucets.  All fair game.  I love water fights. (Justin tells me stories of how these ended up inside the house…No. Freaking. Way. Ever. In my house.)

4 // The 4th of July is coming up…what’s a must-have picnic or BBQ food for you? 
Hot dogs.  I love any and everything BBQ related, but hot dogs are a must.

5 // Think about your ideal vacation…are you in a cozy cabin, camping in a tent, or hanging in a hotel?
Honestly, camping in a tent is ok.  I love the camping aspect more than the actual tent aspect.  My dad and I would go camping a few times a year and he would always pack an air mattress because neither of us wanted to sleep on a rock or a tree root.
Cabins are very fun, as are hotels.  But if I had to pick one, I’d go with cabin.  Its like camping in a tent without the rocks on the ground.

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Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.