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Looking back through our vacation videos it's evident that the progression of Kim's heart disease has not slowed down. Although statins have reduced her cholesterol, beta blockers have controlled her tachycardia, and aspirin is supposed to be guarding against that first heart attack, her blood pressure, insulin levels, fatigue and headaches continue to worsen. Yet,... Continue Reading →
The Great American Road Trip has made a comeback, but with a twist. With our minimalistic approach to van camping, we'll show you how to travel the United States and explore the National Parks and State Parks while making travel more affordable with a few hacks. Do more in less time, with less money.
There's so much adventure waiting at Silver Springs State Park in Florida. Kayak, hike, camp, explore, take a glass bottom boat ride. They have it all.
Hi! Kim McGee here. Anyone that follows our travels knows that I have a problem with my weight. You've seen it go up and down by as much as 10 lbs. between videos. This makes it difficult to find comfortable clothes to hike in. That is, until I found Columbia Apparel and Shoes (affiliate link).... Continue Reading →
Everyone knows inflation has gone through the roof. To make matters worse, shrinkflation seems to be a growing trend as well. While gathering supplies for our last trip we noticed the price of those nifty little portable toilet bags not only increased by almost $5 a box, but with some brands the item count decreased... Continue Reading →
Date Visited: July 2008 Making our way through Georgia on the way back to Florida from Tennesse in the year 2008, we stopped by a place known to many conspiracy theorists and tin hat wearers around the globe. Yes, I'm talking about the Georgia Guidestones, otherwise known as "America's Stonehenge". Sadly, at 4 a.m. on... Continue Reading →
Date Visited: 12/09/2020 - 12/12/2020 We saw a top-secret missile base, car eating vultures, a horde of tree snails, the largest soft-shelled turtle we’ve ever seen and a whole lot of beautiful scenery during our three days stay at the Everglades National Park. We chose to visit Everglades during the winter while the temperatures were... Continue Reading →
Date Visited: 12/09/2020 & 12/17/2021 As we left Jonathan Dickinson State Park in 2020, we had one more place we wanted to stop on our way to the Everglades National Park. Running along the east coast of Florida is Anastasia Limestone formation. We witnessed a small portion of this limestone outcropping during our trip to... Continue Reading →
As promised when we wrote the article about this state park, our follow up video has finally been posted to YouTube. You can watch it below. https://youtu.be/zE6toGbYvAI
Since writing the article about Faver-Dykes State Park, we've returned to the park for a weekend getaway and taken the opportunity to film a little video about that trip. You can watch it below or on our YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/bx3Ps2H_BJA This was the first video filmed with our new camera equipment. We realized soon enough... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/mHb3s37ceas King is 13 a year old Groenendael Malinois, but you wouldn't know it by the way he acts. As with all Mals, he forever thinks he is two.
Date Visited: 12/07/2020 Once home to the hunter-gatherer tribes of the Tequesta, Jobe, Ais, and Jaega, this 1091 acre Federally Endangered Florida sand pine scrub is home to a number of federally listed plants and animals. Established September 30, 1969, this refuge system is actually divided into two parts that are split by the Indian... Continue Reading →
The Beginning of our Next Road Trip: Destination Everglades National Park After spending several months day-tripping and exploring some of Florida's great state parks, we were ready to see what else the National Park System had to offer, and we really wanted to spend a week or so camping. With that virus thing still in... Continue Reading →