Folly Mills Falls and Skyline Drive, VA

For our 16 year Anniversary, we wanted to see a hidden gem while we were in Virginia for the season. It’s a waterfall only the locals know about in Staunton, VA. You would have no idea it was there unless you were told about it. Google Maps will take you to Folly Mills Creek, butContinue reading “Folly Mills Falls and Skyline Drive, VA”

The Lightner Museum, St Augustine, FL

There are certain things in St Augustine that a free to residents. The Lightner is one of those, it’s free to explore on Sundays. You may have seen our photos of it from the outside during the Nights of Lights at Christmas time. It’s one of my favorite displays during the Nights of Lights. WhenContinue reading “The Lightner Museum, St Augustine, FL”

Horseshoe Park and Fairyland Trail

St Patrick’s Day seemed to be the perfect time to share this with you all. This little “in the middle of nowhere” quirky place in Lake Helen, Florida was a breath of fresh air. When you’re looking for something out of the ordinary, this is certainly a good place to start. We read about itContinue reading “Horseshoe Park and Fairyland Trail”

The Colonial Quarter

The Colonial Quarter is around $13 for a ticket, but we were able to get in for a local deal that was going on for a BOGO ticket. It was a cloudy and some what windy day, but it was also cold. Since it’s 95% outside, we recommend going on a warmer day for sure.Continue reading “The Colonial Quarter”

The many trees at the St Augustine lighthouse

Every year, the volunteers and emoyees at St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum decorate the grounds beautifully for the holidays. They have a special nautical themed tree that people from all over send in or drop off ornaments to decorate. This year, yours truly made 2 that were on the tree. I tried to find theContinue reading “The many trees at the St Augustine lighthouse”

Washington Gardens State Park

One of our “resolutions” for 2020 is to go to a different park every Sunday. One such park is Washington Gardens State Park in Flagler County, FL. This is a beautiful State Park that costs just $5 per vehicle to enter. It’s no secret that Florida has warmer temperatures in the winter, but it’s stillContinue reading “Washington Gardens State Park”

Helen Mellon Schmidt Park

This park is off the beaten path. It’s behind a private community in St. Augustine on the intracoastal side. It’s a wonderful hidden gem. After driving down the short paved section past the private community ( not turning into the actual community), the road turns to dirt. You will see the small sign driving intoContinue reading “Helen Mellon Schmidt Park”

Lighthouse Pier

It’s been a topsy turvey year. So many things going to and many places were closed. Since hubs went on the Appalachian Trail in April, I’ve been busy working on his videos on our YouTube channel (Southeastern RV Living and Appalachian Trail Hiking), and haven’t been writing as much for the blog. Forgive me forContinue reading “Lighthouse Pier”

Intracoastal Waterway

The Intracostal Waterway is unique to Florida, traveling for some 430+ miles from Key West to the Georgia border. It’s a man made canal that allows travel between fresh water rivers and the ocean. The water level fluctuates with the tides. It’s home to an array of species, including such birds as herons and pelicans,Continue reading “Intracoastal Waterway”

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