The morning begins even before the sun has had a chance to rise over the Blue Ridge mountain tops at Morganton Point Recreational Area. 5 A.M, a… Read more “A Room.. er.. Tent with a View: Morganton Point Recreational Area”
Buried within the Chattahoochee National Forest, hidden off a very worn dirt road along Aska Road, resides Benton MacKaye Trail. The trail climbs upward along Rocky Mountain for a… Read more “Fall Branch Falls: The Waterfall So Spectacular It Has To Say It Twice”
Shane and I both have pretty stressful jobs. He is in law enforcement and I am an IT manager. Not a day goes by that we don’t… Read more “Inexpensive Outdoor Stress Reducing Activities”
Cooking in the Summer Heat While camping in June, we decided on our first night, to cook fish that we brought from home. It was 8pm when… Read more “What’s Cookin?”
You can put layers on to get warm, but you can be butt nekkid and still be hot.
Do you want to hike 3 miles into the woods, find a clearing, set up camp and live like they did 200 years ago in the wilds?… Read more “Are You a Minimal Campest or Full On Pack Rat?”
Indian Springs State Park is the oldest state park in Georgia and it shows.
As the fire began to roar and the heat coming off of it (combined with the Georgia summer humidity) caused lines of sweat to run down our torsos and into the cracks of our butts, now we’re cookin!
Shower shoes are for sissies, and apparently my husband.