From the pure solitude and remoteness of Ochlockonee River SP, we drifted back toward civilization. Our last two weeks in Florida had been a mix of touristy activities, hiking, canoeing and family visits, complemented by a variety of weather ranging from sunny skies to thunderstorms with pouring rain. That’s Florida for you! Along the Florida panhandle is a 24-mile stretch of sugary white […]
In our lifestyle, “alone time” is occasionally required (my fellow full-timers know exactly what I’m talking about). Most people would otherwise end up at each other’s throats after hanging out together 24/7. Although Steve and I do get along very well, we make sure to enjoy some alone time, even if it just means Steve running off to the store […]
Our January stay at Bonita Springs went by too quickly. The next thing we knew the slides were coming in and the jacks were coming up, and off we went. On the move again, we headed even further south to “The Glades”, the Everglades that is. Shark Valley lies in the heart of the “True Everglades”, or river of grass, […]
…Tis the season to be jolly, Fa la la la la, la la la la… The Lowes RV Adventures pauses this holiday to wish you… our family, friends, fellow bloggers and followers who have been “jamming on down the road” with us – …a season that begins with happiness and ends with some wonderful memories!
We usually don’t make RV park reservations six months in advance, for doing so can mess up our flexibility (we call it “jello planning”) as we travel along. But we were forewarned that snow birders from the northeast flock to Florida during the winter and parks fill up fast. Now, six months later, we arrived at Lake Monroe, Florida for […]
An obvious perk of being able to take your home with you is the ability to move away from any place that is icy, snowy or just plain cold. During the past few months we’ve been hanging around the beaches of the Carolinas and Georgia as we headed south. And just like the Canadian geese, we’ve migrated toward warmer weather […]
We were surprised to learn how many things there are to do here at this barrier island, Perdido Key, FL. More than 60% of it’s 16 miles is set aside as protected land and off limits to development, making it one of the last remaining unblemished stretches of wilderness in the Florida panhandle. This means opportunities for outdoor fun are […]