We leave Bridget at home and hop a cheap flight to explore some old world gold panning in eastern Alabama.
We travel to Alabama to find some of the oldest covered bridges in the state. While we were there we stumbled upon some beautiful waterfalls and decided we'd go for a swim.
We spend a few days at a B&B on Flagler Ave and explore a few places to eat and visit our Honeymoon hotel 34 years later. #TheInnontheAve #NSB #NorwoodsRestaurant
We take a quick trip to the town of Perry Florida to take part in the Forest Festival Parade. On the way home we came across a small Fall Festival in down town Cross City.
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We are joined by Brian and Olivia as we take a cool dip in some of the best springs in Florida.
Glenn and Jane take a break from the Pigeon Forge summer heat and hit the slopes of the Pigeon Forge indoor snow tubing.
From down hill tubing, ax throwing and the suspension coaster Glenn and Jane did it all.
Glenn and Jane fly down the mountain like Luke Skywalker on Endor. These tiny little plastic sleds are a blast, even with two!
Glenn and Jane gathered all their discount coupons and air fare vouchers to find a place where they could use them all at the same time. They selected Pigeon Forge Tennessee for a 24 hour Marathon of fun!
Glenn and Jane leave Bridget behind and saddle up their BBFT (Bicycle Built for Two) and participate in their annual Independence Day 4th of July Parade
Driving in a small car makes it a challenge to pack food. coolers and ice are usually to big and bulky for us. So we have to pack foods that need no refrigeration and we have to be creative.
Glenn and Jane board the ferry from Fort Desoto Park for a 30 minute ride over to Egmont Key to explore the history of the fort and enjoy the beautiful island beaches.
Bridget takes Glenn and Jane to the west coast of Florida to explore the beautiful beach at Fort Desoto State Park and campgrounds.
An American Couple spend a hot Florida afternoon walking through a dusty junkyard in search of that perfect emblem for the name of their new teardrop camper!
An American Couple, Glenn and Jane, carefully select the equipment for their camping adventures. Glenn shares what's in his Gear Bag!
During the Stay-At Home Situation...Let's Dance!
Glenn and Jane take their little blue MG Midget to the quiet campground at Paynes Prairie Preserve.
Glenn and Jane enjoy some Southern small town food, a cold dip in the lake and a beautiful sunset at Reed Bingham State Park
Jane and Glenn hike to the bottom of Little River Canyon on a Rainy Alabama Fall day.
We took a ride on our local commuter train, the Sun Rail and brought along our bicycle built for two
Come with us as we roll backwards up the mysterious Spook Hill in Lake Wales, Florida.
Happy trails in Siesta Key as we experience the trolley, beautiful beaches and shiny shells!
Bridget meets lots and lots of classic mini coopers!
Glenn and Jane experience the beauty of Fall Creek Falls and join in on a dance party!
The view out the windows is the entertainment - enjoy!
Little Bridget goes to a big town - Washington D.C.!
Bridget stays on the ground while Glenn and Jane fly over the beautiful Virginia countryside in a biplane.
We go underground to explore the Grand Caverns!
Clouds enveloped the Humpback Gap rocks, so we experienced a very unique view - It was like sitting in the clouds!
From the campsite to the adventure of walking beside a natural creek to experience two amazing natural wonders.
The tower we climbed so we could see the incredible view of three states at one time - West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina!
Hiking down the mountain to see the Natural Tunnel was an easy hike, but the way up was a chair lift-check it out!
Cumberland Falls - Have you ever seen a Moonbow?
Bridget heads towards the East Coast and South to Hobe Sound; Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Our adventure began with a rain shower and a small car show in route to the highest point in South Florida.
Bridget gets her first taste of the salty Florida Keys air while we visit a turtle rescue/hospital and enjoy our first Keys sunset.
We unpacked our inflatable kayak for the first time - the SS Craigslist - and set out to explore the saltwater mangroves of the State Park. Experienced local flavors of this key.
We arrived in Bahia Honda, set up camp and had an evening diversion into Downtown Key West for a beautiful sunset then fried key lime pie in Marathon.
Day 2 at Bahia Honda was swimming, snorkeling, swimming. We caught, retrieved and rescued lobsters, crabs, starfish, sea urchins and Ghost traps.
After a 50 mile stretch of a barren road, we arrived at Flamingo Campgrounds in the Everglades. We experienced "predatory vultures" that attacked Bridget's top and we paddled alligator infested waterways in our inflatable kayak.
Only a short drive from home, but we find the only natural limestone caves in Central Florida - Dames Cave. From there we drive north and submerse ourselves in the cool waters of Manatee Springs.
From the cold waters of Manatee Springs to the beautiful warm waters and sandy beach of Topsail State Park.
From the early morning cold white sandy beach of Topsail State Park we head west through a cool tunnel into Mississippi.
Leaving Mississippi behind we take a detour from our planned path to visit New Orleans and the world famous Cafe Du Monde for a plate of warm sugar covered beignets.
From the bug infested swamp of Tickfaw through the barren Louisiana back country we finally found our way to some great food in Texas (Texas/Louisiana border) while on our way to South Toledo Bend State Park.
After a gentle mountain climb Beavers Bend State Park was the farthest point west in this adventure and well worth the trip!
From the cool mountain breeze to the scorching burning sun at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro Arkansas
Bridget takes Jane down memory lane to her old College Campus and camping at beautiful Lake DeGray
From camping at beautiful Lake DeGray to the peaceful retreat of Lake D'Arbonne in Louisiana our adventure followed the line of four wheel drive trucks to a small town rodeo!
Our travels take us through towns of varying sizes of "small", some more isolated than others. Lake Bruin fit that description perfectly. The small town was welcoming and as quaint as they come!
Mississippi, here we come! Paul B. Johnson State Park and it's beautiful lake and some Mississippi Bar-B-Q
Back in Florida we find the hidden gem which is Blackwater River State Park, the most pristine and peaceful river we kayaked the entire trip.
Dodging rain clouds and pot holes, we finally arrived at Gilchrist Blue Springs outside of High Springs, Florida.
Started with a cold water swim, followed by kayaking before our long drive home.
From the West Palm Beaches Cars and Coffee super Car show with our 73 MG Midget, to St. Augustine in search of a Donor car for parts. We are getting ready for our next Small Towns Adventure's trip, Florida to Oklahoma! Click SUBSCRIBE to be notified when we are on the road again.