The Natchez Trace Parkway

After filling our bellies in the city of Natchez we drove approximately 2.5 miles east on Liberty Rd. until we reached the southern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway. The parkway is a 444 mile, windy, two lane, scenic drive that follows the path of the historic travel corridor called the "Old Natchez Trace" through... Continue Reading →

Tamales & Natchez Mississippi

First let me start by saying that we were in no way compensated for the information we are about to share. The views and opinions are expressly our own! Last week I mentioned that we were headed to the southern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway. Fittingly enough, the 444 mile scenic drive starts (or... Continue Reading →

The Next Adventure

For our next adventure we will drive 2653 miles over the course of eight days through the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. Among the many things we'll explore are springs, waterfalls, old inns, Indian mounds and sunken roadways. We'll taste some local BBQ and eat the best darn tamales on the planet. We'll... Continue Reading →

Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area

We spent the final day of our short winter trip hiking the two trails at Silver Glen Springs. The Spring Silver Glen Springs is another of Florida's first magnitude springs pumping on average 65 millions gallons of water from two main caverns that lie below the surface of a 200 x 175' wide crystal blue... Continue Reading →

Alexander Springs: Not Just a Swimming Hole

Having suffered through two miserable nights of noise and rude neighbors we pulled stakes at Clearwater Lake Campground and headed for the campground at Alexander Springs. The Alexander Springs Recreation Area is well known for its first-magnitude springs by local residents and central Floridians. Pumping out 70 - 80 million gallons of crystal clear water... Continue Reading →

Clear Springs Campground

If you ever want to know more about your spouse or loved one, just spend a few days on the road. We are like most married couples. The longer we are together, the more we become like one another. We mimic each other's habits, finish each other's sentances and have learned to enjoy the same... Continue Reading →

Dinosaur Valley State Park

If you remember last week I told you I'd found my happy place. After visiting Waco Mammoth National Monument, being swallowed by the vast caverns of Carlsbad, strolling across the ever shifting sands of White Sands, walking among the Petroglyphs of the Three Rivers Site and sleeping beside a field of lava at the Valley... Continue Reading →

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