I think we’ve got the bug. The get out and go- the adventure always- the explore, seek and experience infection. I shared pictures from our first trip out in the new adventure vehicle, which I have lovingly named the double-oh Xtra, since it’s a 2000 Xterra, a few weeks ago. We have since taken itContinue reading “Exploring Johns Mountain”
Recently, we acquired a loved, well used, 4×4 Xterra in our home. Which, logically, means we are out exploring some back roads in the Georgia Wilderness. We picked Forest Road 630, which winds through the Cohutta Wilderness following a winding creek for a while before splitting to go to a lake- only open during theContinue reading “Winter on Forest Road 630”
One of my favorite places to visit to feel completely disconnected is Cumberland Island. I had been reading about the island while seeing all the pictures of the Dungeness remains and the wild horses and instantly knew that during our trip to St Marys, Georgia we were going to hop on the ferry to theContinue reading “Cumberland Island”
When I was in 5th grade we took a trip to the Okefenokee Swamp as a class. I enjoyed seeing so much of the wildlife and feeling like an adventurer. I said then that I would go back as an adult, at least once. During a trip to St. Mary’s, Georgia we took a dayContinue reading “Okefenokee Swamp”
We took an anniversary trip to the Georgia Aquarium and I snapped a few pictures. The Georgia Aquarium is expansive and houses some awesome large tanks with breathtaking views. You can see anything from puffins and penguins to whale sharks and anemones. And, coming soon, there will be other large sharks to feast your eyesContinue reading “Georgia Aquarium- April 2019”
Summer Monday morning at the Covered Bridge in Euharlee.