Trail Gator

23 Apr 19
Red Tricycle

Enjoy time with family this Mother’s Day weekend at one of these fantastic events.

22 Apr 19
Historic Adventures

Introduction By way of introduction, allow me to say that my name is Scott, and I am an amateur historian and outdoorsman. I decided a while back that I wanted to combine history with my outdoor adventures in an attempt to better connect with the land and nature. My intent was an obvious choice for […]

22 Apr 19
Journey with Joel

It was a beautiful day and I decided to take the long way to see my Eagle family. I knew the 5 1/2 mile walk in one direction was going to take longer…but I also wanted to see if I could locate the Sandhill Cranes Randal and Rhonda with their twin girls Jasmine and Grace. […]

22 Apr 19
Dark Tales

Did a bloodythirsty ‘demon gator’ haunted the bayou of Florida and Alabama for over 70 years?

21 Apr 19
Hudgins' Travels

As the saying goes, “Time flies when you’re having fun!” Four months have flown since I last posted and we have been having a lot of fun!  Thanks for joining us on adventure as you read some of our memories. But like everyone, we still have days that aren’t so ‘adventurous”; times to do laundry […]

20 Apr 19
Real(ly trying) Mama

I am a crazy animal lover. Not like a PETA animal lover but I cannot get enough of watching our furry friends. This excludes reptiles because they creep me out. Bubba took to a love of all animals (and reptiles 😳) early and that is his toy of choice hands down. It is every day […]

20 Apr 19
Accepting the Unexpected Journey

Last weekend, while Jeff was off working in Connecticut and I was running kids to soccer games and trying to clean and lesson plan and just get our lives back into order, I realized that it had been a month since our last camping trip and we were over a month away from our planned […]

18 Apr 19

Bug Out Bag, Go Bag, Highway Bag, SHTF Pack, Get Outta Dodge Bag, etc.  It doesn’t matter what you call it.  You pick it up when you’re screwed and you need to unass the area most ricky tick.  Different purposes require different bags, as do varying climates and environments. After I got out of the […]

18 Apr 19
Tao Talk

image link The Word of the Day Challenge is lingering, Paula’s 3 Things Challenge Words are buyer, foot, gorilla , and Teresa’s Story Starter Challenge phrase is “Get off the screen!” Before we get to the story, I have to say I had no idea there was an actual place like the one in the […]

17 Apr 19
The Asphalt Trail

  Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Greetings from the Asphalt Trail. We left the Florida Panhandle at the end of March and drove to Folkston, Georgia. We’re staying here for the month of April, seeing our new doctors in nearby Jacksonville, Florida, and planning our four-month trip up the eastern seaboard this spring and summer. Folkston […]

17 Apr 19
Ka Hale

Drove up to Mount Dora for a couple of days.  Stayed at The Woods N Water Trails RV Park.  Very pleasant spot.  The park is mainly snow birds and full timers.  Very neat and quite. The park is right on the lake and has a dock and ramp for boats. Mount Dora is a very […]

17 Apr 19
Adrift in Provence & Mexico

MAY 20172017 marks our 11th annual visit to New Orleans. We decided to spend most of the month of April so we could really sink into the culture. What a wonderful time to be here. The weather is warm and sunny. The magnolias and jasmine are in full bloom. Locals and visitors alike are out […]