Koreshan State Park

Koreshan State Park

If someone told you that the entire universe existed inside a giant hollow sphere with the sun at the center and a centrifugal force holding us in place…and oh yeah — do you want to join my fledgling settlement in … Continued

Everglades National Park

One Day in the Everglades

The last time we visited Florida we skipped over the Everglades and this time we were determined to remedy that situation. However, there was one tiny problem… actually, make that millions of tiny problems. Problems in the form of tiny flying … Continued

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Bocce Night

Saying Goodbye to the Florida Keys

Well, this is it. After two weeks at Bahia Honda State Park followed by three months in our house rental on Big Pine Key, toady we say goodbye to the Keys and start our slow journey north. It’s been a … Continued

Florida Keys

Forgotten Photos From the Florida Keys

Only one week left before we hitch up and head out. On one hand, we’re sad to leave this tropical paradise behind. One the other hand, we’re itching to explore new places and have new adventures (the mountains are calling…). … Continued

Friends at Lunch

Friends From Vermont

Our last visitors of the winter were three good friends from Vermont. It was such a pleasure to spend time with them and share this gorgeous place that we get to call our temporary home. Aside from the amazing trip … Continued

Dry Tortugas National Park

A Trip to Dry Tortugas National Park

Clear turquoise waters? Check. Sandy beaches? Check. Coral Reefs teeming with colorful fish? Check. A massive stone fort and fascinating history? Check and check! This chain of islands off the coast of Key West has it all…well, except for fresh water, cell service, … Continued

Smathers Beach, Key West

Family Visit Round Two

For week two of visitor season, Tim’s mom Carol came to stay with us. Carol wins the award for being our most frequent family visitor. Since we’ve been on the road she’s visited us in Desert Hot Springs, San Diego, … Continued

Mangrove Trail

Visitor Season Has Begun!

One of the big reasons why we wanted to rent a house this winter was so we could have visitors. Living in a 25 x 8-foot metal tube really doesn’t allow any room for overnight guests. That means if we’re … Continued