Previous: Chapter 9 – Texas is Huge. Canyons are Deep. Turkeys are Jerks. There are no two ways around it: I-40 through the Texas panhandle is a beast. That’s primarily because there are no two ways around it. You can take Route 66, but that parallels the interstate so closely that, unless you’re on a …
Stories about the Southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, District of Columbia, and West Virginia.
(Not all states are featured yet, but they will be!)
We learned a few things camping and hiking in Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
This beautiful, magical place is located in southwestern Oklahoma and is home to bison, Texas long horns, and other wildlife.
Previous: Chapter 5 – Perseverance and Silver Linings You know how you feel when you’ve been going non-stop, pushing yourself and getting no sleep and eating everything you’re not supposed to and just feeling generally exhausted, and then suddenly your full day becomes empty and you realize you’ve been holding your breath and now you …
When you love climbing, camping, and pizza, there’s no better place than Miguel’s Pizza
The Biltmore Estate is a spectacular tourist destination year round, but it’s particularly beautiful in Spring.
Ridgeland, Mississippi, is more than Southern Charm. It’s a wonderful place that will enlighten and educate.
Visit a surprising museum in the middle of the Ozarks.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a home for abused, abandoned, and neglected wild cats and bears in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Mardi Gras in a town with no right angles and moonshine for breakfast. Welcome to the Ozarks.
Arriving at a haunted hotel without a minute to spare to see a Mardi Gras parade in the Ozarks.
Cadillac Ranch is a quirky roadside attraction that’s a must-stop on Route 66.