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Brad 2 reviews

Lake Powhatan Campground Asheville, NC
1960 days ago

Brad 2 reviews

"Great campground!"

This was our first time visiting this state park and had a great experience. We took a chance because we did not have a reservation and it was a long weekend. As it turns out, we got the last site available. Our site was tremendous; flat,... Read more

1990 days ago

Brad 2 reviews

"Great stay"

I stayed at Levi Jackson SP in London, KY for an overnight, and chose it because it was relatively close to I-75 as I headed from Atlanta to Ohio. The campground was great! It seemed to have activities for families like miniature golf,... Read more
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Lake Powhatan Campground
Asheville, NC
"Great campground!"
"Great stay"
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Cape Cod – Sept 2014

What a great time on Cape Cod (MA)!! Karen did some biking on the Rail Trail and in Nickerson SP where we stayed, and I did a lot of kayaking in the salt marshes, the ocean (you can see some of...

Oscar Shearer State Park – Feb. 2021

Crown jewel.  That’s what Oscar Shearer is to the Florida State Park system.  Located in Osprey, FL (near Venice on the west coast), this is a flat-out great state park, and it really is a beautiful...

Denver – Oct 2020

Any excuse to go see your kids is a great excuse.  We didn’t need an excuse, so off to Denver we went, since it was right on our way to… well, Denver.  Queue whisper-like Nat Geo voice: “Here you se...

Coastal Maine – July 2019

This may be our swan song post from New England while living here.  With our house for sale but under contract, we have a lot of moving parts in our lives at the moment. We have, though, been able t...

Coastal Maine – July 2019

This may be our swan song post from New England while living here.  With our house for sale but under contract, we have a lot of moving parts in our lives at the moment. We have, though, been able t...

Nebraska – July 2018

Imagine if you will – crossing the state of Nebraska (you know, the corn husker state).  This will not be a photo expose; rather, you’re going to have to use your imagination.   Imagine driving for...

Nebraska – July 2018

Imagine if you will – crossing the state of Nebraska (you know, the corn husker state).  This will not be a photo expose; rather, you’re going to have to use your imagination.   Imagine driving for...

Rock Springs, WY – July 2018

Sometimes, the little things are the big things. Originally, we were going to continue heading north from Oregon into Washington State, but we got a better offer, and as a result are heading a bit e...

Beer or Bust in Bend – July 2018

Once again keeping our (my) priorities in order, we arrived in Bend for the purpose of tasting some local craft beers.  Or bust. Well, we got a little bit of each. But before I get into that, you ne...

Crater Lake NP – July 2018

Continuing in our all-volcano, all-the-time channel, this installment is Crater Lake National Park. What a stunning area – holy crap! Now remember, even though this is a lake, it is really a volcano...

Lassen Volcanic NP – July 2018

We visited hell, devastation, chaos, and boiling mud.  No, not the nightly news –  Lassen Volcanic National Park, in northern California at the southern tip of the Cascade Range.  We seem to be ente...

4th of July Week – 2018

We visited Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa, CA for the July 4th week.   Nice!! Santa Cruz. In Santa Cruz we visited with my niece and her family – always great to see them!  We camped in a marina – there...

Santa Barbara – June 2018

Long post – settle in with a cup of coffee or a cold beer  (or two) – a lot of ground to cover. Anyone who has ever had the good fortune to visit or live in Santa Barbara, CA knows how beautiful and...

Pismo Beach (CA) – June 2018

As the preeminent surfer dude (not), I think I can report to you on Pismo Beach on the California coast. Gnarly, dude.  That’s my report. Clutched in a sliver of land between US 101 and the Pacific...

Pismo Beach (CA) – June 2018

As the preeminent surfer dude (not), I think I can report to you on Pismo Beach on the California coast. Gnarly, dude.  That’s my report. Clutched in a sliver of land between US 101 and the Pacific...

Mono Lake – June 2018

We have been camped in Lee Vining (CA) for a little bit, affording us time to visit Yosemite National Park.  More on Lee Vining later, but in or close to Lee Vining on the eastern slope of the Easte...

Sequoia & Kings Canyon NP – June 2018

Sequoia and King’s Canyon (SEKI) NP is a paradise of contradiction.  Or maybe there is no contradiction; maybe it is just balance. One thing for which there is no dispute: this place is beautiful. W...

Kansas City – June 2018

Kansas City Chiefs. Is that a Kansas football team… or a Missouri team? I thought Nurse Karen was going to call a Code as a result of too much BBQ in Kansas City.  Yes, we may have pushed the limits...

Washington, DC – May 2018

In today’s environment, it is hard not to talk about the goings on in Washington, our nation’s capitol, without some snarky comment.  But the fact is this is a magnificent city! You need a month or...

Austin – Mar 2018

If our stay in Palm Springs was sublime, then our very short stay in Austin was ridiculous. We LOVE Austin, although this time around we did not get to stay nearly long enough as we would like – pra...

Austin – Mar 2018

If our stay in Palm Springs was sublime, then our very short stay in Austin was ridiculous. We LOVE Austin, although this time around we did not get to stay nearly long enough as we would like – pra...

Palm Springs – Mar 2018

We did two things in February we have never done before: 1) stay in one place for more than two weeks, and 2) stay at an RV resort. OK, technically we did stay at an RV resort before (once), but nev...

Alumalina – Oct 2017

We had a blast (once again) at this year’s Alumalina! The Alumalina rally has become one of the most popular Airstream-related camping events held. Somehow Airstreaming ignites independence and an e...

Canopener – Jan 2018

Once again we have made the trek to the Florida Panhandle for the annual opening of Crazy Season – the Canopener! For those uninitiated, this Airforums rally, in its 11th year, is a gathering of Air...

Ivy Green – Jan 2018

You may or may not recognize the name Ivy Green, but you likely know something about Helen Keller. While in Muscle Shoals, or more technically, Tuscumbia, AL, I visited the birthplace of Helen Kelle...

Muscle Shoals – Jan 2018

Music meccas… New York, LA, Boston, Nashville, Memphis, Muscle Shoals… Wait, what? Do the names Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge, the Black Keys, Etta James, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Boz Sca...

Deep Skies – Feb 2018

“Picture yourself in a boat on a river, With tangerine trees and marmalade skies. Someone calls you, you answer quite slowly, A girl with kaleidoscope eyes….” On our journey west, we stopped in Rode...

Polo Anyone? – Feb 2018

Marco! Thankfully Karen does not openly voice all her thoughts, but you know this is what she wanted to call out at our first polo event. And people call me the crazy one. Ever been to a polo event?...

Fort Desoto – Dec 2017

AMANDA, TURN ON THE DAMN TV! Technology. Jeez. At home it takes me 4 remotes just to adjust the TV. I just turned 65 years old (how did HE make it to 65 you are saying to yourselves). I could be “th...

Alaska (Chapter 14) – Aug 2017

Last stops on the Kenai Peninsula. As we depart the Kenai, it seemed appropriate to show a few pictures that reflect Alaskan culture: birds, bears and fish. We diverted from the main “highway” onto...

Alaska (Chapter 14) – Aug 2017

Last stops on the Kenai Peninsula. As we depart the Kenai, it seemed appropriate to show a few pictures that reflect Alaskan culture: birds, bears and fish. We diverted from the main “highway” onto...

Alaska (Chapter 14) – Aug 2017

Last stops on the Kenai Peninsula. As we depart the Kenai, it seemed appropriate to show a few pictures that reflect Alaskan culture: birds, bears and fish. We diverted from the main “highway” onto...

Alaska (Chapter 10) – July 2017

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. No, we did not take our Airstream here – that would be hard without swimmies or wings. But I did fly over in a small plane from Soldotna for the purpose of sho...

Alaska (Chapter 9) – July 2017

Seward. I know you are thinking – OK, another post showing beautiful views and talking about great human-interest stories. Not so fast! Besides, I think that is racial profiling, or blogger profilin...

Alaska (Chapter 8) – July 2017

Kenai Peninsula (part 1). We departed Valdez on our continuing mystery tour – since it is generally a mystery where we will end up next. We ended up on the Glenn Highway and headed towards the Kenai...

Alaska (Chapter 8) – July 2017

Kenai Peninsula (part 1). We departed Valdez on our continuing mystery tour – since it is generally a mystery where we will end up next. We ended up on the Glenn Highway and headed towards the Kenai...

Alaska (Chapter 7) – July 2017

Valdez. We visited Valdez briefly about a month or so ago, but this time we spent a little more time here and got to see Prince William Sound. This really is a spectacular place. Even the drive in t...

Alaska (Chapter 5) – July 2017

Strap in. Denali. It has taken us 45 days and over 7,300 miles to get from TCPC in Crossville, TN to Denali. How can anyone come away from visiting Denali National Park and not feel… changed? Denali...

Alaska (Chapter 2) – June 2017

I am beginning to think we may suffer from visual overload on this trip. Driving south from Tok, AK, we arrived at the northern portion of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. I will b...

Alaska (Chapter 3) – June 2017

I have a close friend Jerry (I don’t really have a close friend Jerry, but it sounds cool) who says my entire blog is subject to low moral standards. He also says my blog has no redeeming value. I l...

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