“Secluded” is a relative term, my idea of seclusion and yours may differ. So let me be clear: these sites are in Georgia State Parks not the… Read more “15 “Secluded” walk-in campsites in GA State Parks”
Sunsets over the Mountain, crystal clear lake, massive boulders to climb and miles of trails to explore.
Camping teaches resilience, problem solving skills, It builds endurance and determination. It teaches us about our strengths and weaknesses, all these things make us more productive people in work and personal relationships.
The past 24 hours haven’t been great for us. Late start, poor planning, lack of supplies, windchill, and “emesis is my nemesis” pretty much sums it up.… Read more “Campin’ Ain’t Always Awesome”
You can put layers on to get warm, but you can be butt nekkid and still be hot.
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!
If you are a follower of my blog, you may know that my husband, Shane, and I are on a mission. Our bucket list is to visit… Read more “GA State and National Parks”