Tag Archives: Hiking

Big Lagoon and Gulf Shores

We have been having some computer problems lately, but I think we have it fixed now. So time for an update of what we’ve been up to. Big Lagoon State Park, Florida The three of the four days we stayed … Continue reading

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A Museum and a Walk

Yesterday, on the way to St. Marys, we stopped to see this submarine on land. It’s a full-sized Navy submarine at the gates to the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. When we got to St. Marys we visited St. Marys … Continue reading

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More Savannah Walking

Saturday morning we went to the Farmers Market at Forsyth Park in Savannah. There were lots of vegetables, oranges, honey, pecans, mushrooms, cheese, and baked goods, jams and pickles. We also stopped at the Visitor Center again. This time there … Continue reading

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Wormsloe State Historic Site

A couple of miles from Skidaway Island State Park is the Wormsloe State Historic Site. This is what remains of the home of Noble Jones, one of the first settlers and a leading official in Georgia. The entrance arch has … Continue reading

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Jacques Cartier, Saratoga, & Friends

With our aversion to making reservations and with the Labor Day holiday weekend upon us we had to leave the campground we were in and find another place. No easy task. We did manage to find one about 30 miles … Continue reading

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Chesterfield Gorge

Monday, June 27, 2016 ย  In the southwest corner of New Hampshire about half way between Keene, (where we are) and the Vermont border is a wayside stop that we have driven by a few times without stopping. This time … Continue reading

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Honey Hill

There are many opportunities to hike around here. Today, another beautiful day, we chose to visit Honey Hill in Swanzey NH. A few horses greeted us near the parking area for the trail. Remains of an old rock wall can … Continue reading

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Tippin Rock

Today was another beautiful day; a great day for a hike. Tippin Rock/Hewes Hill is just a few miles southeast of Swanzey NH where we are camped so we went to check it out. It’s a fairly easy walk through … Continue reading

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A Day in the Park

Yes, another fabulous day! Almost 70F and sunny. The regular Saturday Farmers Market is in one of the Gulf State Park parking lots so we went shopping. We made quite a haul from this little market, including pickled okra, kumquat … Continue reading

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Moving and Hiking

It’s moving day. Big Lagoon State Park in Florida had no room for us to continue staying there so it was time to move on. Not knowing where we were going to be tonight we headed west. On our way … Continue reading

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A Critter and a Hike

Ever wonder what is going on outside during the night? A while back I bought an inexpensive trail camera to see what we could see when we are in campgrounds. It’s motion activated and infrared. I only use it when … Continue reading

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Big Lagoon

Ok, I have posted pictures just like these on here before so if you are a frequent reader you may recognize them. But it’s just so cool here I am going to do it again. The day started out cool, … Continue reading

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Torreya Hike

Torreya State Park is named for the Torreya Tree. This tree is one of the oldest tree species on earth. It was discovered here in 1835. The Gregory House used to be on the other side of the river. When … Continue reading

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Torreya State Park, FL

What a beautiful day today was! A little humid, but temperature was perfect. A good day for a walk. Torreya State Park has a total of 16 miles of hiking trails. We’re not quite up to that much hiking so … Continue reading

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A Greenway Hike

In the 1960’s the state began building a deep water canal across central Florida from the Gulf of Mexico to the St. Johns River which would allow ships and barges to get to the Atlantic Ocean without having to go … Continue reading

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Big Lagoon State Park, Day 3

Today was another beautiful day, in the 60’s and sunny. The forecast for the rest of the week could be rain and storms so we wanted to get some hiking in today. The main thing we wanted to see was … Continue reading

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Big Lagoon State Park, Day 2

FROST on the car this morning! But then the sun came out at warmed everything up. It turned out to be a beautiful sunny day. Downtown Pensacola has an awesome farmers market and craft show. We grabbed our jackets and … Continue reading

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Mount Washington Cog Railway

Three years ago we explored the White Mountains of New Hampshire and took a shuttle van ride up to the top of Mount Washington, the highest summit in northeastern USA at 6,288 feet above sea level. That was a great … Continue reading

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To York and Ogunquit, Maine

Today was another excellent day! Look at that sun shine! And it did not get over 80 degrees, which makes me happy. I am not a hot weather person. Road trip! This time we went to York and to Ogunquit, … Continue reading

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A Few Waterfalls

We are at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area on the Delaware River. There are over 100 miles of hiking trails here so if you’re into hiking this is a great place to be. We did a little bit … Continue reading

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