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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...

Exploring St. Petersburg, Florida

We specifically came to St. Petersburg, Florida because Aaron’s company was having their annual party there, but that didn’t mean we couldn’t take some time to explore!  Don’t miss our blog about our food-related activities! Museum of Fine Arts This was one of the excursions that Aaron got to choose from for his company party and he...

Kayaking with Manatee in Crystal River, Florida

We had been looking for ways that we could ethically swim with manatees in Crystal River, Florida, but after a lot of research, we came to the conclusion that you really can’t ethically swim with them if you take a tour boat.  So instead, we decided we would kayak and hope that we would just come across them on our own.  Our friends the Roamin’...

Visiting and Hiking Cuyahoga Valley National Park

It sure is nice to be back on the road and seeing new sights again!  We absolutely love spending time with family and friends and had a great time visiting Aaron’s parents while we were in Indiana, but the open road calls to us.  We’ve now begun what will likely be a two year adventure exploring the entire east coast and all of the states and...

West Branch State Park, Ravenna, Ohio

This place is EXACTLY what we needed after spending 9 days at Woodland Village RV and Mobile Home Park, in Portage on top of Hayden spending 5 days at the 2017 Animal Rights Conference.  We needed a place that gave us a good sized space where our neighbors were not right next to us but also let us have access to incredible views and activities.  West Branch...

Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas

Hot Springs Arkansas turned out to be so much more than we expected, especially since neither one of us had spent much time in the state.  After spending six months in the desert, the lush, green, rolling hills were a welcome sight, but we were immediately assaulted by the humidity.  It felt like we were swimming anytime we stepped outside, but that...