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  • Amazing Monticello

    Published on Jun 05, 2019
    Amazing Monticello
    Have you ever met someone who was fascinating, interesting beyond belief, but totally unbearable to be around?  That is how I imagine Thomas Jefferson was.   We were able to add an unplanned stop to our trip today (one of the joys of road tripping!).  I didn’t realize how ...
  • Lexington Surprise

    Published on Jun 03, 2019
    Lexington Surprise
    Saying good bye to Gatlinburg wasn’t a lot of fun.  I have already earmarked this location for future vacations.  I was particularly bummed that we didn’t have time, and it was a little too cold, to float the river.  It looks like it should be a lot of fun.  If you ha ...
  • Gatlinburg Is In The Bag

    Published on Jun 01, 2019
    Gatlinburg Is In The Bag
    Surely everyone over the age of 20 knows this iconic comedy??? It flooded our minds as we set at the gates of Dollywood today and the elderly woman told us the park was closed.  My exact words to her “I can’t tell if you are being sarcastic or not.”  Her exact words to me ...
  • Gatlinburg Day 1

    Published on May 30, 2019
    Gatlinburg Day 1
    Like most, our children are all very different. We have Landon (13) who wants to do his best to make everyone around him happy.  He is adventurous when no one is looking, and level headed when people are paying attention.  Then we have Grayson (10) who is loud and mischievous, with a big h ...
  • Not what we had planned

    Published on May 29, 2019
    Not what we had planned
    I’m not going to lie, camping is not always sunshine, rosy memories, and relaxing sunsets.  Sometimes there are break downs outside of manure laden cow pastures, major traffic jams, and campgrounds that leave much to be desired. However, then there are times you pull up to your campsite a ...
  • History, music, & good eats!

    Published on May 24, 2019
    History, music, & good eats!
    Why is it that history becomes more interesting the older you get?  Is it maturity?  Wisdom?  I admit I did not care for history as a student.  It always seemed like a waste of time.  However, the older I get the more I understand the significance of the actions and outcomes ...
  • Coffee & Campfires

    Published on May 24, 2019
    I am not a morning person.  One of the hardest things about getting married, for me, was realizing I had to talk to someone in the morning (and share a bathroom…man was that a rude awakening)!  It’s not that I am grumpy, I just like an hour or so of time to adjust to the reali ...
  • Reminscing and Road Tripping

    Published on May 22, 2019
    I LOVE this time of the year!  By this time I have generally been planning our vacation for about 4-6 months.  I nearly have as much fun planning our trips as I have experiencing our trips...nearly.  Last year we went on our 1st ever family road trip.  Some of you may have follow ...
  • Top Corn Mazes to Visit in Oklahoma

    Published on Oct 31, 2017
    Top Corn Mazes to Visit in Oklahoma
    Red Silo Productions presents “The Maize” at Reding Farm in Chickasha, OK. Popular for their themed mazes, this year’s is no disappointment: Dinosaurs!  The whole family will love it.  Allow 15 minutes to an hour to tackle the tricks and turns of this maze.  They are ...
  • Top Fall Tailgating Recipes

    Published on Sep 16, 2017
    Top Fall Tailgating Recipes
    If you’ve never tailgated a fall football game, you’re missing out! From the fun of cheering on your favorite team, to the time spent with family and friends, the drinks;) and the food…ALL THE FOOD…there’s nothing better ! So if you are  ever invited to go ...

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