New Orleans

One Day in New Orleans

We spent last week at Bayou Segnette State Park, about 20 minutes from New Orleans, but we only went into the city twice. Part of the reason was the weather (cold & rainy), and part was the fact that we’re … Continued

Link Love

Link Love

Getting Funky in The Florida Key  We’re planning to spend a significant amount of time in the Florida Keys this winter. My dad has been wintering in the Keys since way before I was born. Which means that I’ve visited more times … Continued

Louisiana

A Louisiana Weekend

Louisiana is one of those states that I never gave much thought to visiting. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to visit, but other than New Orleans, I really had no idea what Louisiana had to offer. Turns out it has a … Continued

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Palmetto Island State Park

Palmetto Island State Park

As much as we enjoyed spending the past two winters in the southwest, and the past two summers exploring the western mountains, it’s really exciting to be traveling a completely different path this fall and winter. After all, that’s why we … Continued

Back East

A Week Back East With Family & Foliage

For the first time ever we both left the Airstream behind and traveled by plane to visit family back east for a week. After tons of research I decided the safest, most affordable, and convenient place to leave our home was … Continued

McKinney Falls State Park

McKinney Falls State Park

We spent our second week in Austin at McKinney Falls State Park. This was our first visit to a Texas State Park, so I have no idea if this campground is typical of all Texas state parks. But if it is, … Continued

Austin

More from Austin

We’ve been in Austin for nearly a week and half, and while we’re still enjoying ourselves, I think the love affair may be cooling off a bit. Don’t get me wrong…we still think Austin’s pretty cool, but like all places, … Continued

Austin Texas

Leaving New Mexico & Entering Texas

After fours days of balloons and socializing we exchanged the excitement of the Balloon Fiesta for the peace and quiet of Bottomless Lakes State Park. Last spring we spent a week at this small, well-kept campground on the edge of large sink hole called Lea Lake. … Continued

Balloon Fiesta

Balloon Fiesta – Part 2

In case you missed part 1, here’s the link to our post about the first two days at the Fiesta: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta – Part 1 Sunday started off much the same as Saturday, except due to some cleaver maneuvering of … Continued