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The Cabin of 66 Chickens

We’d be remiss without mentioning our comfy abode for this spontaneous vacation. Booked through Airbnb, we stayed at The Cabin at Allison Falls run by Carolina Vacations. The house was halfway up a mountain in the woods, but felt homey and secluded. It came complete with two stories, a fireplace, hot tub, porch, waterfall and…Continue reading “The Cabin of 66 Chickens”

Day 3: Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Day 3 was fully dedicated to visiting Great Smoky Mountain National Park. A made a quick stop at Oconaluftee Visitor Center to pick up Ethan’s Junior Ranger booklet and then toured an old Appalachian farmstead. We then headed to one of the park’s main attractions Clingman’s Dome. This was probably a mistake considering it wasContinue reading “Day 3: Great Smoky Mountains National Park”

Upgrading the tow mirrors on our tow rig

Tow mirrors can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. From those little self-adhesive stick-on fish eye, to the strap on/clip on extensions, all the way up to the super cool, factory, power folding, power telescoping with all the cameras, lights and sensors there are a broad spectrum of upgrade mirrors. We wanted to stay as close to the factory/stock look and functionality as we could.

Our Return to Cruising on Disney’s Very Merry Christmas Cruise

This November we had the opportunity to take a three-night vacation on Disney Cruise Line’s Fantasy ship. This was our first experience back after the COVID Honeymoon Cruise and it did not disappoint! Check In First, we have to explain how easy it is to cruise out of Port Canaveral versus Miami. A quick driveContinue reading “Our Return to Cruising on Disney’s Very Merry Christmas Cruise”

Camping on a Cliff

Last summer we had to opportunity to spend two nights in York, ME. This quiet seaside community depicts everything you’d expect from a New England Coastal town, but without the prices and crowds of some of the more popular destinations. (Hello, Freeport and L.L. Bean chaos.) First, we have to tell you about the campgroundContinue reading “Camping on a Cliff”

Travel Challenge: Day 7 & Wordless Wednesday 1/13/21

There’s a blog challenge going around where you post one favorite travel picture a day for 10 days without explanation, then nominate someone else to participate. Ten pictures, 10 days, 10 nominations. Want to guess where the photo is from? Comment below and we *might* reveal the answer in our next blog. Thank you Salsa WorldContinue reading “Travel Challenge: Day 7 & Wordless Wednesday 1/13/21”

Hooking up Power

Just a quick blog about hooking up Power at a campground. When we first started this journey I wasn’t sure how all these systems worked together so I looked around on the Internet and found a few videos but had to piece some of the information together myself. I hope this helps for all ofContinue reading “Hooking up Power”

Space Tour Part 1: The U.S. Space & Rocket Center

The Williams family has some bonafide space geeks in it and this summer began one of our family bucketlist items:  To visit all of the Space Centers across the U.S.  There are thirteen NASA Visitor Centers in all, and we started where rockets began at The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Unfortunately,Continue reading “Space Tour Part 1: The U.S. Space & Rocket Center”

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