Ok I like to be on @TEAMEARTH but when traveling its getting really hard. Every state and it seems county does recycle differently. At home base we do 1 recycle bin no sorting required. Other places do paper and then everything else, all sorted or sorted in any way shape of form you can sort. […]
Day 3 consisted of a long ride. We drove through Indiana, Illinois, Iowa into Nebraska. Landscape wise I have to say it was pretty boring. One field after the other, a few rolling hills and more farming. From a historial point of view Iwould like to returns tons of famous people birthhouses and I think […]
On our Dec 2016 trip I woke up one morning in Myrtle Beach South Carolina, the night was a bit cool and I peeled myself out of bed , got dressed and took the dogs for their morning walk. The sun was just coming up and the air was fresh and brisk. Most of the […]
Bar Harbor Maine, is probably one of the dog friendliest places I have been in the US so far. The “free” shuttle bus that runs in Acadia also allows dogs and we had a great time taking ours with us. As you can see in the picture the steps are not dog friendly so I […]
Gifford Woods State Park is located at the base of Killington and Pico mountain just outside the Ski Access Road. You can access the Appalachian Trail from there or fish in the near by pond. The sites don’t have hookups and some are a bit narrow to pull in to but its very peaceful , in […]
Bethel, Maine Bethel, Maine Located on the banks of the Androscoggin River is the best kept fishing secret in Maine. Bethel Outdoor Adventures has pull through, full hook ups sites, great wifi reception and is pet friendly. You can pick up your fishing licenses when you check in at the convenience cabin which also carries […]
Cape Lookout is located on North Carolina’s Outer Banks an barrier island approx 55 miles long. The Island had plenty of activities to offer, swim/fish/snorkel in the ocean or the sound side, hike or climb the historic lighthouse.