Tags » Camping 2

Displaced by Water - a tale of thunder and lightening.

In our constant search for campgrounds we have come to find that marinas, harbors or kanu clubs will offer very cheap camping. These camping places are much nicer than the big camp grounds because they are in great locations near the water, cater to walkers, bikers or boaters, not well known (read as uncrowded) and very quiet.   842 more words


Nature Scavenger Hunt

So, in preparation for my blog next week, I put together little nature scavenger hunt. I love a good scavenger hunt! I put a lot of thought into this one so I hope you like it. 18 more words

Beautifully Organized

Exploration and New Experiences

“Dr. Sinclair has a really cool energy” my wife stated after our meeting with him. I agreed. There was a sense of peace, a sense of calmness, in the face of absolute chaos. 795 more words


Snowdonia Long Weekend

Following on from my blog written 1085 Metres above sea level on the summit of Mount Snowdon, I have been gathering my thoughts. On what was a truly amazing adventure we had the pleasure of enjoying one of the most picturesque of places visited to date. 890 more words

Real Life

Camping close to home: Miquelon Lake

I didn’t have a lot of plans for camping or travel in July, so I was really excited when I read a request for volunteers at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park.   366 more words


CCC and State Parks - Explore!

Growing up very close to Cheaha Mountain there were plenty of CC roads to explore. I never really put it together until a few years ago on what exactly these dirt roads were and how they were created. 56 more words


Appalachian Trail, "Finally I am here!"

On January 14, 2014 I visited the town of Hot Springs, North Carolina.  The Appalachian Trail passes directly through the town center.  This trip was especially meaningful because it embarked the first time I stepped foot on this legendary trail that I have dreamt about for years. 392 more words