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”

Marineland at Christmas

Forgive us for not blogging in a little while. We have been traveling and working on our YouTube channel. Feel free to go check it out and subscribe. We wanted to do something fun for Christmas eve, so we got tickets for general admission to Marineland Dolphin Adventure. At $22 a ticket, some might thinkContinue reading “Marineland at Christmas”

Florida Water Tour, Nights of Lights

We celebrate the holidays a little different in Florida. No snow, no freezing cold weather, just lots of fun in the sun and in the moon light too, as you will see here. It was the perfect night for a boat tour. The weather was nice, but for those who are still a tad bitContinue reading “Florida Water Tour, Nights of Lights”

Getting Ready to Travel

We’ve spent another great summer in western North Carolina. We saw waterfalls, went on some good hikes,  saw several fun amusements and camped at some beautiful places. We’ve been coming here to this area of NC for the last 3 years, and sadly, we still have not seen it all. There is so much toContinue reading “Getting Ready to Travel”

Birthday Trip: Eastatoe Falls,Looking Glass Falls, Sliding Rock, Slick Rock, Ash Grove, and Bridal Veil Falls

This year’s birthday trip was a hot one. The first day wasn’t so bad because all the waterfalls we saw were roadside or just a short walk. The first one we came to was on private property in Rosman, NC. They graciously let people park behind their house in a designated area and walk toContinue reading “Birthday Trip: Eastatoe Falls,Looking Glass Falls, Sliding Rock, Slick Rock, Ash Grove, and Bridal Veil Falls”

2 Days, Triple “Peaks”: Grandfather Mountain, The Blowing Rock, and Chimney Rock

Our first stop for the day was supposed to be Linville Falls, but rain and lots of fog deterred our hike. We will have to save that one for another day. We continued on our journey to Grandfather Mountain. We had made these plans ahead around work schedules, so we had to do what weContinue reading “2 Days, Triple “Peaks”: Grandfather Mountain, The Blowing Rock, and Chimney Rock”

Panthertown (Cold Mountain Gap), Schoolhouse Falls, Paradise (Wolf Creek) Falls, Lake Glenville, and High Falls

Last year, we visited the Salt Rock Gap side of Panthertown to see Wilderness Falls, This year, we visited the “Yosemite of the East” again, but on the Cold Mountain Gap side. We wanted to hike to Schoolhouse Falls and then put our hammocks up for the night. (Last year we had the van thatContinue reading “Panthertown (Cold Mountain Gap), Schoolhouse Falls, Paradise (Wolf Creek) Falls, Lake Glenville, and High Falls”

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