Friday, November 21, 2014

Happy Birthday Breezin'!

Earlier this week, I took a trip to JD Sanders RV in Gainesville
to have annual service done on Breezin'.  It's hard to believe that I've owned her for a year already.

Though we got off to a slow start, we traveled  48 nights and 4,200 miles during the past twelve months.  We visited a couple of local campgrounds (Silver River and Gold Head Branch in FL); Visited Cumberland Island National Seashore and had Thanksgiving in Savannah; Took a trip to visit friends and family near Nashville, Hit the Blue Ridge Rally with T@B friends in Jefferson, NC; watched the fireflies at Elkmont Campground in the Smokey Mountains; Spent a few nights in Kinard, SC working when project deadlines loomed on the way home; and rounded out the year back in SC with a visit to Hunting Island, and a few days on Jekyll Island.

It was a great year - and hopefully a small sampling of the next twelve months!

A blustery day headed to Cumberland Island

Sunrise at the KOA near Nashville

Gold Head Branch (FL) our first outing

Crooked River State Park

Skidaway Island
Hunting Island SC
Elkmont, GSMNP, Tennessee
Raccoon Holler, NC

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Wishing for Warmer

The last week of October, I joined some camping friends for a week in Hunting Island, SC and Jekyll Island, GA.  This was my first experience with a camping caravan and I had a blast!

The cold weather has kept me inside this week so I thought I'd share a few sunny photos from that trip.  Keep warm!

Sunrise - Hunting Island, SC

Our campsite - yes, that's the ocean in front of me... bliss!

Hunting Island Lighthouse

Another beautiful sunrise

Bike trail - Jekyll Island

Sunday, November 9, 2014


Wow, hard to believe the whole summer has flown by and we are mid-way through the fall season already.

It's been a long while since I've posted anything here, but I really didn't have a lot of blog worthy adventures this summer.

I did get to catch the last half of the T@B Coastal Caravan the last week of October.  Four days at Hunting Island with a beachfront campsite and then three days at Jekyll Island with a wonderful group of folks was good medicine for the soul.  The weather was picture perfect all but the very last day.  Good food, good company with lots of campfire chat, bike riding and beach sitting.  Ahhh...

 Home again and ready for the next adventure!