After leaving Tampa, we headed towards Orlando, but had one night to kill along the way. We decided to stay at Highlands Hammock State Park near Sebring. I have mixed feelings at this park. The hiking trails were lovely, but the campground leaves a lot to be desired. After being crowded in among a lot … Continue reading Disney World and Universal Studios
Deas and I used to live in the panhandle of Florida, and we spent the past several winters there, first in the house we used to own, and last winter in the RV. We still love that area very much, but this year we decided to do something a little different and go further south … Continue reading Exploring more of Florida
Where has the time gone? It’s been 3 months since my last post – for shame! We spent most of November and December in Georgia to be close to our families for the holidays, and I guess since we weren’t “traveling” as much, I didn’t feel like I had as much to write about it. … Continue reading Providence Canyon State Park – in Georgia!
On our drive back to Maine from Canada, we made a split-second decision to cut out our next stop and go back to Maine a few days earlier than we had originally planned. Part of the reason was the bad weather, but another big reason was because we had so many friends that were there! … Continue reading Back to Bar Harbor
Yikes! It’s been a long time since I wrote a blog post! Not sure what happened – I think we were just enjoying our last month in Maine so much I forgot to blog! So lots of catching up to do, including our last few days in Canada. Our last stop was Fundy National Park … Continue reading Fundy National Park
Leaving Cape Breton Island, we headed west towards Halifax. It was a little too far of a drive for one day, so we had a stopover at Boylston Provincial Park outside of a small town called Guysborough. This is a very quiet park with not a whole lot going on, but there is one campsite … Continue reading A Rainy Week in Halifax
After leaving PEI, we headed to Nova Scotia. Our first stop was Caribou/Munroe’s Island Provincial Park. I had reserved our site here in advance, so we ended up with an great site facing the water. None of the sites here have hook-ups, so we just pulled straight in to take advantage of the view. As … Continue reading Cape Breton Island