Hot Chicken Throwdown!

So, one of the “things” in Nashville is hot chicken. What? What is hot chicken??? Is it like buffalo wings you might ask? Nope, it’s different. Nashville hot chicken is made with a “dry” sauce, not a liquid sauce. It contains spices and cayenne pepper, so it’s spicy, but it’s not all about the heat. […]

Nashvegas Baby!

Nashville, TN or as one or our RV mechanics in Alabama called it, “Nashvegas” baby! Well, I wouldn’t call this Sin City, but we still had a good time in the home of country music. It was a short trip, but we did get to experience a few Nashville highlights. As you may know from […]

Chasing Waterfalls

After a long week in Red Bay, Alabama, Pam, Hugo, and I were ready for some fun again. While researching to find out where our next stops would be we found out that northeast Alabama is chock full of waterfalls. Who knew?!!! Well, I’m sure some people knew, but we didn’t. So, we set out […]

Ten Highlights from Our Ten Days in New Orleans

NOLA, The Big Easy, The Crescent City – when you visit New Orleans you soon find out why this great city has so many nicknames. What an amazing and culturally diverse part of our country! There’s so much great architecture and cuisine and music that it’s easy to fall in love with this marvelous city. […]

Brazos Bend State Park

Mike and I were driving through miles and miles of flat, treeless pastures that just seemed to go on and on. We were really wondering what kind of boring ass park we were going to be staying at for the next couple days. Then out of nowhere this park pops up and it’s amazing. As […]

Rushmore and the Iron Mountain

We took a “sub”excursion, if you will, from our excursion to Custer State Park in South Dakota. On day four of our stay we decided to head out to see Mount Rushmore which is only about a 45 minute drive from the park. If you ever visit Custer you owe it to yourself to make […]

Custer State Park

After years of planning and months of prep Pam, Hugo, and I were finally ready to set out on our epic journey. I guess this wasn’t technically the beginning – we actually began the trip by travelling north to visit Pam’s family in North Dakota and Minnesota. But after a couple of weeks of family […]