State #30 South Carolina

I know South Carolina has more to it than beaches, fishing, and golf but why fight a good thing. Our first stop - Myrtle Beach. Ok, so the hurricanes have moved out, kids are back in school, no crowds, and the weather is still in the high 80s to low 90s. Do you know what... Continue Reading →

State #29 North Carolina

Well, we are getting closer to home. We are now traveling through states that touch our home state of Georgia. What's cool about this trip is, for example, even though North Carolina is right next door, there are tons of places to still explore. I've never been to the Outer Banks so we decided to... Continue Reading →

State #28 Virginia

That's right, Virginia is for lovers or at least that's what the state's motto says. It's the middle to late September and it's still 90 degrees. I'm usually in my fall clothes by now. I'm not complaining by no means. I love it. The rest of my crew would like it a little cooler as... Continue Reading →

State #27 West Virginia

West Virginia, mountain momma, take me home, country roads. This John Denver song has become our traveling song. We first played it last summer on our road trip to Pennsylvania to a Gettysburg Civil War Reenactment. Driving through the Shenandoah Valley, the lyrics popped in my head and once Tucker heard it, it plays in... Continue Reading →

Washington DC

No trip around the United States could be complete without a stop in our nation's capital. So if you've never been to DC, let me help you out a little. One, hotels are expensive. We stayed just outside the city in Arlington at half the price; HALF. Two, parking is tough. We rode the metro... Continue Reading →

State #26 Maryland

Crabs and horses, you say? Yep! Maryland produces the most blue crabs in the United States. Blue crab isn't my favorite eats but they sure are pretty. You may or may not know that Assateague Island is home to around 200-250 wild horses. The island is split between Maryland and Virginia. We visited the Maryland... Continue Reading →

State #25 Delaware

The First State, nicknamed so, as it was the first state to ratify the US Constitution on December 7, 1787 and is about twice the size of Rhode Island. It was also the home of E.I. du Pont. Yep, those du Ponts...of the company DuPont. Part of the Hagley Museum and Library, Eleuthèrian Mills was... Continue Reading →

State# 24 Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, to be more exact, the city of brotherly love. Still a big city so Trev's still not back to himself but he's feeling better. Philly is cleaner with bigger sidewalks so that helps. Our hotel was a bit of a ways from the historic district so we did a mix of trains, buses, and... Continue Reading →

It’s Up To You…

New York, New York. I enjoy the city. I like the lights, the different architectural building designs, people watching, all the events and sights, etc. I love it! Trevor hates it and I mean hates it. He's usually a chipper fun guy. From the moment we took the wrong route he was in a foul... Continue Reading →

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