Tag Archive: Recreation

Our Top Ten Favorite Hikes – 2nd Anniversary

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We have crossed another milestone.  Two years ago today, on March 1, 2012, we embarked on our new lifestyle of living on the road.  One of our many goals was to continue to… Continue reading

Good Friends Gather Once More – Punta Gorda, FL

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We are continuing to meander up the southwest coast of Florida, on our slow northward migration.  Our next stop was in the city of Punta Gorda, spanish for “fat point”.  It sits at… Continue reading

Of Friends and Palm Trees

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On our way out of the Florida Keys, a funny thing happened as we were leaving the RV park.  It’s not often that we see another Winnebago Tour motorhome in an RV park… Continue reading

And then there’s Key West…

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At the very end of the Florida Keys, the last island on the Overseas Highway (US 1) is of course Key West.  It sits at the dividing line between the Atlantic Ocean and the… Continue reading

Into the Keys, the Fabulous Florida Keys

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Just down the road from the Everglades is the island chain called the Florida Keys – also known as America’s tropical paradise.  Because there are so many islands (1,700 in all) within the… Continue reading

Hanging out in Lake Monroe, FL

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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… Continue reading

Back to nature while checking out Savannah, GA

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We were so looking forward to the next destination, our home base near Savannah, GA. And we were not disappointed as we settled in at Fort McAllister State Historic Park, less than an hour’s drive from… Continue reading

Party time at North Myrtle Beach, SC

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What do bloggers do when they meet? Well, they eat, drink, talk and have a ball – especially when they happen to land at the same RV park!  And that’s exactly what we… Continue reading

Betsy’s “ferryfull” adventures – Outer Banks, NC

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Leaving Virginia behind, we were looking forward to our next destination – the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Our friends Joe and Judy (who are North Carolinians) gave us heaps of information about… Continue reading

What’s in your wallet? – Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington DC

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When we arrived at College Park, Maryland (our home base during our visit to the nation’s capital), the government shutdown was still underway. We all know Washington, DC is a city rich in… Continue reading