Category Archives: State Parks

Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens and Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

Dunlawton plantation and sugar  mill was a north Florida sugar plantation destroyed by Seminole Indians at the beginning of the Second Seminole War.  Its located in what is now Port Orange Florida along the Atlantic coast.  The ruins are now … Continue reading

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Highlands Hammock and Payne’s Creek State Parks Florida

While staying at Thousand Trails Peace River RV Park we visited two state parks we had driven by countless times.  While we lived in southern Florida and toured much of the state, we were always in a hurry.  We never … Continue reading

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Oregon

We first visited Oregon in the Fall of 2007 and promised we’d be back.  With so much of the coast dedicated to public access we knew we wanted to return in better weather.  There is a lot to see in … Continue reading

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Durango to Seattle – Part 2

Here are some highlights and stories…from the second half of our trip.  We like to mix up our travel routes even when repeating a beginning and end.  Such is the case this year as we once again travel from Durango … Continue reading

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Durango to Seattle – Part 1

We like to mix up our travel routes even when repeating a beginning and end.  Such is the case this year as we once again travel from Durango CO to Seattle WA.  Last year we traveled thru Moab, around Salt … Continue reading

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Cottonwood Arizona

Many years ago we camped in our RV at Dead Horse Ranch State Park near Cottonwood AZ.  It was probably the first time we considered going full time in the motorhome.  The surroundings were so peaceful, the trails so inviting, … Continue reading

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Summit Lake and Liard Hot Springs

The Alaska Highway took us through a good part of northeast British Columbia.  Starting at Dawson Creek the landscape was prairie like but soon we entered an area known as the Northern Rocky Mountains.  Fort Nelson has a wonderful visitor … Continue reading

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