Travels

New Finds and Old Favorites in New Orleans

When presented with the opportunity to return to New Orleans, we booked another stay. We divided this visit between things that were new to us and things we wanted to do again.
Gulf State Park swimming pool

Gulf State Park: How Do We Love Thee? Let Us Count The Ways

In the eighteen months we've been on the road, I've never been inclined to write an entire post about a particular campground, but this is no ordinary campground.

Thanksgiving in Gulf Shores

A visit from Kevin's parents for Thanksgiving gave us good incentive to check out some stuff in and around Gulf State Park

Capturing the Blue Angels in Pensacola

We attended both a practice during the week and the air show on the weekend, and quickly learned that photographing these jets can be a giant pain in the ass.

A Charlestown Slowdown and a Return to Music City

Soon after the Chicago Marathon, we started our southward trek, stopping for a lovely 8 day break in Charlestown, Indiana, before returning to one of our favorite cities, Nashville.

A Midwestern Marathon and a Bit of Serendipity

The last part of our busy summer/fall itinerary took us to a campground in Indiana, just south of Chicago.

The Finger Lakes: Whining, Wineries, and Waterfalls

This is Part Two of a three part series entitled: "First World Problems: Fulltime RVers Edition."

Feeling The Burn (Out)

We are tired.

Lunenburg & Peggy’s Cove Live Up To The Hype

The entire downtown area of this small Nova Scotia town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, its waterfront is one of the most recognizable of any in the Maritimes, and its pedestrian friendly neighborhoods exude charm.
Cape Breton Island National Park

Far Away in Cape Breton Island

Somewhere along the line, we heard that many Scottish immigrants were drawn to Cape Breton Island because the landscape reminded them of the Scottish Highlands. We haven't been to Scotland but we've seen plenty...

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