People love festivals for various reasons. Some people go for the crafts, others for the music. Some people like the livestock shows and others for the carnival… Read more “15 Georgia Festivals that Give Back in 2018”
Ah! The life. The fragrance of honeysuckle in the air and you take a deep breath in and sigh loudly as you side eye the loud-mouthed campers in the plot beside you. Time to try a hike-in campground.
Want to try something different? How about primitive camping? What does that mean? Well for starters it means you are not in a KOA, State, or Federal… Read more “10 Georgia Primitive Campsites (not in a State Park)”
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 best thing ever is to tell the kiddies all about Jason Voorhees right before bedtime so that they scream and cry for hours.
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 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”
Last week we took a trip down Hwy 60 in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Browsing things to see in BlueRidge, I came across a photo with the caption”… Read more “The Old Iron Bridge”
When I am out exploring, I don’t really have a hard “to-do” list. I have a rough idea of the things and places I would like to… Read more “I’m Not Lost, I Am Wandering! Come Wander down GA Hwy 60 With Us”
There are only 336 drive-in theatres in the entire United States left, 3 years ago there were 348, in 1980 there were over 2400. It is a… Read more “Drive-in Anyone? See a Drive-in Movie While You Still Can!”