Alison and her husband Jason enjoy sharing their love for the outdoors with their two boys, Preston and Grayson. From hiking up to high alpine lakes, to building sandcastles along the shores of the ocean and everything in between, you can find them on the open road headed for their next adventure.
Window to Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma
Window to the World Location:
Lake Jed Johnson, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma
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Do you have a favorite view? We have peeked out of this #windowtotheworld numerous times over the last 4 years. As a #thorpartner with @thorindustries, we can’t think of a better way to spend our time away from home. Often arriving after dark to set up camp, at first light we lift the shades to take in the scene around us. It’s always exhilarating, and pairs well with a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Beginning with our local maiden voyage to the multi-state adventures, we have had so much fun with our kids and hope to instill in them the same love for nature that we have ourselves. From their first time looking up into the night sky outside of city lights, to hiking through a path of wildflowers to their first high alpine lake, the memories are being made one trip at a time. 😍 . . . . . . . . . . . . #oklahoma #onlyinoklahoma #travelok #oklahomaphotography #thisisoklahoma #oklahomaskies #igersoklahoma #wichitamountains #roamtheplanet #wildliferefuge #discoveroklahoma #lawton #hikingadventures #landscapephotography #exploremore #thegreatoutdoors #naturelovers #choosemountains #optoutside #landscape_photo #stayandwander #rvlife #camping #roadtrippers #familytravel #seekmorewilderness #keepitwild
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What noteworthy places are nearby?
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a must-see when in southwestern Oklahoma. The refuge is home to diverse wildlife such as prairie dogs, bison, elk, and more. Fort Sill is rich with American history and offers a reservable campground at LETRA.
What’s your favorite part about this view & why?
Waking up early to catch the sunrise as the alpenglow illuminates the mountains is an experience I always find peaceful.
Which views are on your bucket list & why?
Dolomites in Italy, Denali in Alaska and waterfalls in Iceland are definitely at the top of our list.
What’s one piece of advice you have for RVers?
I have learned to take things slow. I used to rush from point A to point B, but if you don’t take the time to look around, you miss a lot in between. Make an unexpected stop along the way.
Who do you wish you could share this view with & why?
I wish I could share this view with my parents as they are, in part, responsible for my love of nature.