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St. Simmons & Jekyll Island Travel

St. Simmons & Jekyll Island Travel

While I don’t recommend staying at either St. Simmons & Jekyll Island Travel for a short 3 days, because it was chilly willy, it was enough time for us to do some sightseeing and have some fun.  We decided to head out on a road trip at the last minute but were able to find accommodations […]

Beach Biking Fishing Hiking History Horses Islands Ocean Tourist Travel

Dauset Trails Nature Center Travel

Dauset Trails Nature Center Travel

I’d been hearing a lot about Dauset Trails Nature Center and decided to take a short weekend trip to check it out. I love animals and so do the kids so it sounded like the perfect little getaway. While they do offer camping, it’s only available for organized groups. It would be perfect for the […]

Animals Gardens Georgia Hiking History Park Travel

Providence Canyon State Park Travel

Providence Canyon State Park Travel

Providence Canyon State Park AKA “Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon’ is not for the faint of heart. Due to my disabilities following failed back surgery, it takes me 3 to 4 times longer to do the things of someone without hinderances. So, keeping that in mind, it took a ridiculously long time to hike this trail […]

Georgia Hiking History Travel

Historic SAM Shortline Excursion Train Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Travel

Historic SAM Shortline Excursion Train Travel

Choo choo choo choo, that’s the sound of the Historic SAM Shortline Excursion Train while we’re bumping along. I don’t know what’s more romantic and exciting about a tour than riding in 1949 vintage cars. I’ve gone on several different train tours with the SAM Shortline Excursion Train and I think my favorite would be […]

History Lake Blackshear Plains Tour Rides Trains Travel

Andersonville National Cemetery & National Prisoner of War Museum Travel

Andersonville National Cemetery & National Prisoner of War Museum Travel

Having a free day, I decided to head to Andersonville National Cemetery & National Prisoner of War Museum.  I also stopped at the historic downtown of the small town of Andersonville to learn a little more about this civil war town.  I’ve always had a fascination with history and the civil war period. It was very […]

Andersonville Artifacts Civil War Site Georgia Hiking History Park Tour Tourist Travel