A Cheap Florida Beach Trip

Florida Beach Camping: Paradise on a Budget St Pete Beach, it might one of the most stunning stretches of sand in the USA. I mean really mean that. Its everything a person wants from paradise. Clear blue waters, pristine white sands, abundant bars and water sports. Many people assume you have…

Unearthing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

What a view, that’s mainly what I remember of my initial trip to the Smoky Mountains just over six years ago. We had a cabin in the trees, the sun rose as we arrived from our long night drive from Chicago and revealed a blue misty valley. It was one…

Preparing for Camping Season Part 3 – Food

There’s something about cooking on a campfire or grill and eating in the outdoors that makes food taste better. However if you’re camping for more than a couple of days it’s a good idea to have a few meal varieties just to keep your taste buds on their toes while…

Behind the Buzz: A Cuba Travel Story

Let me start by saying I did like the buildings. A few months ago after reading a few blogs and a lonely planet magazine which had included a helpful list of countries that it deemed a mistake not to visit this year, Cuba appeared on our radars. It was actually…

Preparing for Camping Season Part 2: Cooking Gear

If you are as excited as we are for the weather changing and the camping season to get into full swing then keep reading, we are on part 2 this week: cooking equipment. If you missed part 1, just click this link and we’ll take you right to it! So…

Preparing for the Camping Season

So the weather is warming up and the days are longer, which can only mean one thing. Camping season is upon us. Now Rich and I will attempt to pitch a tent any month of the year, but we can’t wait for Spring to be in full flow to really…

6 Essential Cuba Tips

Cuba is unique, no doubt about it. If anyone tells you it isn’t then they’ve missed the point. It’s ruggedly stunning, charmingly grimy and bafflingly backward. One thing it isn’t though, is what you expect it to be. Before Steph and I headed to the home of the Mojito we…

Cuba: What it’s really going to cost

Cuba is fascinating, there’s no way around it. The country is filled with fast driven classic cars, the most colorful buildings you’re likely to see and the whole of Havana looks to be crumbling before your eyes. If you’re interested in seeing that, then you should jump on a plane…

State by State: Kentucky – A Mammoth Cave Guide

Mammoth Cave National Park & More Sometimes the need to escape on a mini adventure is overwhelming. Weekend warrior is a well used term these days as so many people feel an increasing urge to escape the hustle and bustle, find some peace and enjoy the calming influence of the…