Moonbow

“What time is it?” grammi asked. “It’s almost midnight,” I said without hesitation. “Do you see anything? “ No, not yet,” I replied. Although gathered on a small platform below, I could see the silhouettes of dozens of people. From the overlooks above, was an occasional flash of light from a camera or cell phone … Continue reading Moonbow

Fall Creek Falls

We have been looking forward to these next few days since before we left on this adventure. We are going to Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee to meet up with our daughter Amber and her family. They are on a two week camping vacation and asked us to join them for a few … Continue reading Fall Creek Falls

Old Memories

After considering our options, we chose our next campground for its proximity to Cincinnati. Indian Lakes is another Thousand Trails campground in southeastern Indiana less than a hours drive to the area where I grew up. It’s an opportunity to see the old neighborhood and visit family. We arrived at the campground by mid-afternoon. We … Continue reading Old Memories

Spelunking

Our quest for adventure has no clear path. We try not to look too far ahead. You might say we are flying by the seat of our pants. So far…no worries. We like finding bargain camping where we can. We have stayed in state and national forest where we get senior discounts and, of course, … Continue reading Spelunking