Sep 19, 2020 – Waterfalls, Canyons & Lakes

Burgess Falls, Tennessee. The water falls about 136 ft into a limestone gorge. For family, our travels always include Indianapolis; so once again like many times before, we drove from Indiana to Florida’s panhandle by way of Tennessee and Alabama. This time, we took our time heading south and meandered off the beaten path so … Continue reading Sep 19, 2020 – Waterfalls, Canyons & Lakes

August 9, 2019 – Driftless in Iowa

The view from Mississippi Palisades State Park on the Illinois side. As you look over the expanse of river, the trains sounds interrupt the silence frequently, a continuous reminder that the Mississippi River is a dutiful servant to commerce. We drove north on Illinois’ scenic state road 84 along the eastern edge of the upper … Continue reading August 9, 2019 – Driftless in Iowa

Jun 21, 2019 – Friendly Chickens & Zombies in Georgia

Our languid travels got us barely over the Florida-Georgia border to our next campground where the RV would be well shaded under the oak trees draped thick with Spanish moss that would serve as our home for a week. Surrounded by salt marshes that extend gently toward the ocean, we have a long way to … Continue reading Jun 21, 2019 – Friendly Chickens & Zombies in Georgia

Aug 21, 2018 – It’s the Little Things that Count

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” Henry Miller What could I possibly photograph in an Indiana field? Maybe this? If you follow Instagram travel posts, you will be inundated with beautiful photos from iconic locations, primarily those we enjoy within our national parks here in the United States. … Continue reading Aug 21, 2018 – It’s the Little Things that Count