So I hear it all the time, “I don’t like camping,” “there’s dirt,” “I don’t want to sleep on the ground,” and “eww bugs!” Ok, I get… Read more “Yurt Camping at Tugaloo State Park”
The chances are that if you have children who are under five years old you are either: On a budget You don’t want to blow a lot… Read more “30 things to do in Atlanta with Children under 5”
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”
On August 21, 2017 my girls and I drove to Columbia, SC to be in the path of totality of the solar eclipse. It truly was a… Read more “Path of Totality during Solar Eclipse”
My friend, and the most fabulous hair stylist in the world, asked me to find her things to do while camping at Westpoint Lake in LaGrange, GA. Well,… Read more “15 Things to do while at Lake WestPoint – Georgia”
The Best place in Georgia is at to catch 100% totality of the upcoming solar eclipse is: 12 Spies Vineyard Solar Eclipse – Rabun Gap, GA Path… Read more “Georgia Solar Eclipse Viewing Parties”
there will be a day without a night..
…and a night without a day.
You can put layers on to get warm, but you can be butt nekkid and still be hot.
Rain can totally destroy your plans of camping out, trail blazing, bird watching or any outdoor activity. But what do the terms, “isolated “, “scattered ” and “thunderstorms:”… Read more “There’s Rain in the Forecast!”