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Exploring St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States and comes chock-full of interesting history!  The campground we stayed at, Pellicer Creek Campground, was a short 20-minute drive from the city.  Our friends Pati and Saydi drove up from Melbourne Beach and spent the afternoon with us exploring St. Augustine, Florida, eating some yummy vegan food...

Paisley Vegan Kitchen, Cocoa, Florida

We actually went to Paisley Vegan Kitchen in Cocoa Beach, Florida twice because it was SO amazing!  If you’ve been following along with us on our food adventures, you’ll know by now that we are obsessed with anything that has buffalo sauce on it.  So, it’s no shocker that we ordered buffalo cauliflower and buffalo chicken sandwiches. ...

Lollipop Making Class at Sweet Pete’s Candy Shop, Jacksonville, Florida

Full disclosure: The opinions expressed here are ours, however, we were contacted by Sweet Pete’s and offered samples of their Easter candy and a free lollipop making class. We were first contacted through Facebook by Sweet Pete’s because they wanted to send us some samples of their new vegan Easter candy. Hello, OF COURSE, we want to try your candy! It...

Pellicer Creek Campground, St Augustine, Florida

Pellicer Creek Campground is located about 20 minutes south of downtown St. Augustine, Fl. The park itself is very quiet, with mostly full-time residents who leave for work during the day. Our site was back-in and a decent size, being able to park our truck in front of our rig and had full hookups.  They had some great amenities like laundry inside the...

Ocala’s Downtown Diner, Ocala, Florida

Ocala, Florida isn’t exactly where you would expect to find amazing vegan food. In fact. we were convinced we would be cooking for ourselves all week, but we were wrong! Ocala’s Downtown Diner, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, boasts an impressive and extensive menu of fully vegan diner food. There are at least 10 different kinds of Beyond Burgers...

Snorkeling Devil’s Den Prehistoric Spring, Williston, Florida

The Devil’s Den Prehistoric Spring in Williston, Florida, is one of those places that looks otherworldly when you see photos of it. Because we were staying about 45 minutes away at Silver Springs State Park, we were able to make the drive up to do some snorkeling. On the day we ventured up there, it was POURING rain! We hoped that wouldn’t matter since we...

Silver Springs State Park, Ocala, Florida

During the winter months, state parks in Florida book up fast. It’s no surprise that Silver Springs State Park in Ocala, Florida was no different and we were only able to snag a one week stay here, likely because this park is amazing! We had a TON of space in between our campsite and our neighbors. Our site was a back-in and was absolutely huge, featuring...