Asheville Zoo (WNC Nature Center)

If you’re looking for something not too out of the way to do other than shopping in Asheville, NC, there are a couple of places that sound interesting. The botanical gardens is free and doesn’t close until 8:30pm. The Arbortorium is similar, but it costs $14 to get into. This may be a great placeContinue reading “Asheville Zoo (WNC Nature Center)”

Rufus Morgan Falls

This waterfall is rarely seen because it it not well advertised. We’ve been enjoying the cascades on Wayah Road and coming to Wayah Bald for 3 years and we never knew there was a waterfall off that road. We happened upon it in a brochure of all places, for Asheville. We couldn’t believe we’d neverContinue reading “Rufus Morgan Falls”

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”

Haywood County Quilt Squares (Waynesville, Canton, and Clyde, NC)

Welcome to our day trip around Haywood County looking for quilt squares. This a very colorful and informative piece that won’t bore you, we promise. A lot of time and love went into this one, so please take your time and enjoy it. Haywood County consists of Maggie Valley, Waynesville, Canton and Clyde. To recap, weContinue reading “Haywood County Quilt Squares (Waynesville, Canton, and Clyde, NC)”

More Macon County (Franklin, NC) Quilt Squares

As you know, the Franklin, NC Quilt Trail website is down and we can’t find out who runs it, so we have no idea where all the squares there are and their names. But, we will keep you posted on where we find some when we travel through Macon County. Here are two we spottedContinue reading “More Macon County (Franklin, NC) Quilt Squares”

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”

Litter Box Solutions for Small Spaces

For those who have a sweet little kitty traveling with you, or in your small room/apartment, you may wonder what you can do to “disguise” the litter box. Some hooded ones are sort of decorative and might work in your situation, but if you’re looking for something that really makes it kind of blend in,Continue reading “Litter Box Solutions for Small Spaces”

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)”

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