During our first week just north of Palm Beach County we have had our teeth, eyes, and other body parts examined closely but I have no interest in sharing that experience with the world. Instead I thought I would write about how we came to secure the site we occupied this week at the very … Read more Getting Winter Camping Reservations in Florida State Parks
Our relocation from the Tampa Bay area to the historic inland town of Sebring was a mere 65 miles, but that was plenty of opportunity for Google Maps to attempt to kill us yet again. We’ve had far too much experience with Google Maps encouraging us to take tiny back roads to cut a corner … Read more Real Florida Adventures in Sebring
February 13 marks two years of full time RV travel for us, and travel bloggers who fail to use anniversaries to reflect on their experiences will have their blogging licenses revoked. So here is our post. Our second year of travels saw us really hitting our groove. We are quite comfortable with towing and parking … Read more Two Years of Full Time RVing: NOW Do We Hate It?
After a glorious stretch of camping at the beach in two places along Florida’s Panhandle, it was time for us to start heading down the peninsula to the Tampa Bay area. Unlike the Panhandle, which was mostly new to us, Tampa Bay is familiar. My aunts, uncles, and cousins have lived in the area for … Read more Cigars, Surrealism, and Socializing in Tampa Bay
After our beach-intensive stop in Pensacola, we headed further east, skimming the southern edge of Florida’s panhandle along scenic Highway 98. We had not previously visited very much of the panhandle and it was fascinating to see the variety of different communities strung along the lovely coastline. The panhandle beachfront has everything from modest little … Read more Digging the Island Vibes on St. George Island