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Early American Settlements – Jamestown and Williamsburg, VA

We found a state park called Chippokes Plantation just across the James River from Williamsburg and Jamestown, and posted up there for a few days. The campground was lovely. It was very serene and quiet, except the bald eagles calling as they flew forty feet above our head. No joke! I was hoping we’d see…

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Back to the East Coast – Outer Banks, NC

After we said good-bye to our friends in Nashville, we headed back out to the east coast. Chris is a surfer and had seen pics of the Outer Banks surf spots since he was a kid. That was our next destination. The road from Nashville to the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a decently…

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A Detour Inland – Nashville, TN

From Cades Cove in the Great Smokies we headed west to Nashville to visit some old friends. We met Rob and Natalie in 2003, a decade ago, just before our wedding and just after theirs. We were youth group leaders together (Rob was the Youth Pastor) for a few years and made some great memories….

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The Highest Point – Jonathan Dickinson State Park, FL

After spending a week in California, we flew back to Ft Lauderdale and drove “home” to the Moho, which was parked at Jonathan Dickinson State Park just outside of Jupiter, Florida. In Chris’s tireless search of awesome places to stay, he picked up a two week cancellation at this park so we had a safe…

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Eclectic Paradise – Key West, FL

We left Key West to head to the east coast of Florida about two weeks ago, but it seems like we were there in another lifetime. Key West is one of the most unique, enjoyable, quirky, expensive places I have yet had the pleasure of visiting. We were there for ten days, and had amazing…

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John Pennekamp State Park – Key Largo, FL

We left the Everglades a day earlier than we thought we would. Don’t get me wrong, we really enjoyed the scenery and interesting adventures, but I think it was the bugs that drove us out a bit before we thought we’d go. Those darn no-see-ums (aka the biting flies) are something to be reckoned with….

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Alligator Alley – Everglades, FL

Working our way down the west coast of Florida, our next destination was Big Cypress, at the northern end of the Everglades. We went from Sarasota, land of Trader Joe’s and mega RV parks and a Target on every freeway exit, to Big Cypress. Here, there’s one stop light and one gas station and the…

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