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Going Crazy for Bahia Honda

Going Crazy for Bahia Honda

We have been trying like crazy to book a stay at Bahia Honda State Park in the Florida Keys for next year. As many of you adventuring enthusiasts know, it’s not that easy to get in. For those who have no idea what Bahia Honda is, let me explain. It is a gorgeous state park located in the Florida … Continue reading

See You Later, Alligator

See You Later, Alligator

After leaving Florida Caverns State Park, we headed a bit south toward the Panhandle coast, to our next destination…Saint Andrews. I had heard very good things about the park and the awesome beach within. The weather was going to be a mixed bag for the next couple days, but no big deal, we had gotten … Continue reading

Up, up, and Away!

Up, up, and Away!

Yesterday morning we woke up bright & early, packed up the RV, and waved goodbye to Cape Coral. As wonderful as our stay was in the house we rented, it’s really been awesome to get back into the swing of things, hitting the road once again and continuing our adventure. During our stay in Cape Coral, we … Continue reading

A Change of Pace

A Change of Pace

It’s been over a week since my last post and I apologize to those family and friends who I left a bit in the dark after my vague “Our next stop is a surprise/stay tuned” comment at the end. We are all ok and still doing our thing, though our thing has changed a bit. Let me … Continue reading

One With Nature

One With Nature

We made it to Saint Augustine a couple of days ago and set up camp in our spot within Anastasia State Park. We stayed here and toured the town a couple years ago, and enjoyed it so much that we knew we would have to come back. But I’m getting ahead of myself, as I haven’t posted … Continue reading

Gone Fishin’!

Gone Fishin’!

My dad is an avid fisherman who enjoys going out and bringing in the big ones (or lil ones, depending on his luck). Fran and I agreed to join him on a trip out one day, bright and early. We departed from Pineland Marina just after 9am and made our way out to his ‘fishing … Continue reading