Have you ever dreamed of escaping to an island paradise with white sand beaches and palm trees that gently curve toward the sun, a place where marine life and sea birds thrive, a place where you can spend hours combing the beach for seashells while playfully dodging the oncoming waves? Have you ever imagined walking … Continue reading Honeymoon Island State Park
Traveling to beautiful places and exploring nature is a dream for many of us. It seems to always be in the back of our mind. “Someday I’m going to travel the world”, you might say to yourself. But life happens and time seems to slip away. The “someday” we dream of remains perpetually out of … Continue reading Ten Safety Tips for Getting Outdoors During COVID-19
When we left our home state of Florida back in March, we set out for Big Bend National Park in Texas. It was to be the first of many national parks we planned to visit this year. Unfortunately, COVID-19 hit causing closures to most of the 62 national parks. To their credit however, the national … Continue reading Our Top Five National Parks — So Far
Now that we’re home, we are getting back to a normal routine, albeit I must confess I’m not sure what normal is anymore. We’ve been busy. There is always much to do after being away for so long. We’ve barely had time to reflect on this year’s adventure. We’ve talked to some friends and neighbors … Continue reading A Recap of Grammi and Grampa 2.0
We are living our dream. We have been traveling the country in our travel trailer for the past seven months visiting state and national parks. With COVID-19 ever present, we take precautions by following social distance guidelines. We wear a mask in public, and other than the necessary trips to the grocery store we pretty … Continue reading THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SIGHT OF ALL!
As we continued our leisurely trek across Oklahoma toward Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, we stopped for a few days at Supply Park Campground. We were pleasantly surprised by this beautifully maintained campground with grass lawns and shade trees located on the shore of the 1,800 acre Lake Supply Reservoir. It’s operated by the … Continue reading Sad News and a Change of Plans
Fall is upon us. I don’t need to look at a calendar. I feel it. Traveling in a camper for months on end, I lose track of the days. Somehow though, I know what month it is. An innate instinct tells me it’s time to start preparing for the migration back to our home state … Continue reading Black Mesa State Park