I remember celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary at beautiful Vogel State Park; we selected this park because it was the location where we had taken one of our first camping trips. One afternoon we took a short diversion from waterfall hiking to a small town pizza shop in downtown Blairsville, GA. As we sat and enjoyed this quaint little town's restaurant, we talked about how great it would be to travel the country using only back roads and visiting small towns along the way. This little town had won our hearts and challenged our thoughts to see if other small towns had the same type of charm. We began to dream of how this could possibly happen for us. At the time, our newest car had over 150,000 miles on it and was not in the greatest shape for traveling ... as a joke my husband (Glenn) said "Wouldn't it be funny to drive across the country in the old MG Midget?" The car he was talking about was sitting on the side of our house next to the trash cans and wasn't even running (and hadn't for a few years). However, I was intrigued by the idea and said "Yes, that would be an incredible opportunity" which was a total surprise to him. This was how we began Small Town Adventures.