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”

Nombre De Dios (Our Lady of La Leche) Mission

During this trying time for everyone, come along with us on a short little day trip. We are traveling less these days, and our plans have changed. The AT hike is on hold, and our weekend trips to parks have been shut down. To all who are full-timers, we sincerely hope that you are luckyContinue reading “Nombre De Dios (Our Lady of La Leche) Mission”

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”

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”

Satellite and Cable TV Alternatives

This subject can be for house dwellers as well as full time RVers. These days, it seems like to get the specific few channels we want to watch, it requires getting a cable or satellite package that is expensive for one, and secondly has way more channels than we are interested in. There are someContinue reading “Satellite and Cable TV Alternatives”

Throwback Tuesday: The Crab Shack, Tybee Island

Most people use the term “summer vacation”, but for us, winter is ours. It’s not really a vacation per say, since some would think our lifestyle of full-time RV life is sort of a life-long one. That might be the case if we were retired, but we still are part of the wonderful working class,Continue reading “Throwback Tuesday: The Crab Shack, Tybee Island”

The St. Augustine Lighthouse (Remix)

We are proud to have St. Augustine, FL as our hometown. We are full-time travelers, so we are not always in our home state. We come back “home” in the winter on most occasions though. We are members of the Keepers of the Light for the St. Augustine Lighthouse. We could go climb the 219Continue reading “The St. Augustine Lighthouse (Remix)”

Fort Caroline

Fort Caroline is (was) a French Fort established in 1564 for the Hugenots. It’s on the beautiful St. Johns River, near Jacksonville. The current fort is not the exact location of the original, but walking around it, you won’t be able to tell. The National Park Service has done a wonderful job. When the originalContinue reading “Fort Caroline”

2019 Lunar Eclipse

We were fortunate to be in St. Augustine Beach for the lunar eclipse. We started the evening with some friends who were visiting from Louisiana. We were at an awesome restaurant called Cantina Louie’s. I snapped this shot of the moon when it was first getting dark. After dinner, we went to the beach toContinue reading “2019 Lunar Eclipse”

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