Travel

My BHAG: To go to all the places!

Current Status: We now have an RV and will take up part time RV Travel. We are starting small and visiting all the Tennessee State Parks. After that? Maybe full time RV Travel. Visit all the National Parks and ton of cities across America. After that? Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, Moon, Mars, Etc. Somewhere in there I’ll probably die (I guess). Regardless, there is a great big world out there and I haven’t seen most of it!  I intend to do my best to change that.

What Are Our Goals?

See All The City Parks (Nashville)

Nashville is my favorite city in America and it is because of this list. The city has the best park system in the nation! Change my mind!

See All The Tennessee State Parks

There are over 50 it them so it will take a while.

See All The National Parks

This is THE goal.  The United States has 61 national parks.  I’ve been to only a couple of these so far.  It will take many years to accomplish this goal but if fully accomplished I believe it will be very satisfying and quite an accomplishment. There are also many more National Monuments along the way (and National Memorials). While we are traveling the country we’ll hit all the state parks that interest us along the way. We’ll hit those too!

See All The States (and a TON of Cities)

As we explore the US we will surely visit every state at some point (and many, many cities). We’ll keep track of them and force rank our favorite ones along the way!

See Canada

We’ve hit a few spots in Canada already and will likely hit a few others before we get to this goal.  But once we see the entire US we’ll go north and see that big old country.  It looks like my kind of place!

RV The World

Pick a spot on the globe and do the same thing.  We can rent/buy an RV once we get there and do the same thing on other continents.  This is obviously a large commitment and an extreme end of the full-time RV endeavor.

Travel Related Posts

Quick Visit To Booker T Washington State Park

We are simply checking the box for some parks on our Tennessee state park list. This was one. I’m sure Booker T Washington State Park is a fine park. It was pretty, but we were staying right next to it on Harrison Bay. This park is a day-use park and we stopped by while in…

Red Clay State Historic Park

We started the morning off this day by stopping by Molly’s work and having her make me a delicious cup of coffee. This was no typical coffee order. I put her to the test! I’d have her job if she messed it up! Emily got a double dose of historic parks in one day. We…

Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park

In our many visits to Chattanooga, we’d previously visited parts of Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. We’d visited Point Park at the top of Lookout Mountain. I’d never been to the visitors center for The Battle of Chattanooga which is located there so we did that on this trip. There is a ‘high tech’…

Choo Choo Trains of Chattanooga, TN

Choo Choo Trains! While in Chattanooga, TN for fall break we kept things on a similar TRACK. See what I did there!?! I must have been reliving my childhood because I was as excited as a little kid about all these trains! We visited the Tennesse Valley Railroad and Museum. We rode the Missionary Ridge…

Sunsets At Harrison Bay State Park – Harrison, TN

For fall break we headed down to the Chattanooga area. Molly is finishing up nursing school in a few months at UTC. We are trying to finish seeing everything in the area while Molly is down there (bonus…we get to visit with her while we are there). Day one was a travel day that started…

Johnsonville State Historic Park – New Johnsonville, TN

We drove across the lake (from staying at Nathan Bedford Forrest SP) to visit Johnsonville State Historic Park. Nathan Bedford Forrest was who attacked Johnsville during the Civil War. I guess that interconnects these two state parks in some way. We visited the interpretive center (which I highly recommend) for a quick movie. Then we…

Hiking and Kayaking Nathan Bedford Forrest SP – Eva, TN

We headed to the lake to visit two different (but related) Tennessee state parks for some kayaking and hiking. We stayed at Nathan Bedford Forrest SP in Eva, TN. We visit Johnsonville Historic Park across the river while we were there. Both parks have Civil War history galore. We loaded the kayaks on the truck…

Hiking Long Hunter State Park – Hermitage, TN

2 lakes, 3 hikes! With trails around a small lake (Couchville Lake) and a large lake (Percy Preist Lake), Long Hunter State Park has plenty to explore. The TN state park is just outside Nashville, TN (in Hermitage/Mt. Juliet). It doesn’t have any place to RV camp so we made a few day trips there…

Summer In Telluride, Colorado

We ended up our trip out west in Telluride, Colorado for some summer fun. We stayed up the mountain in Mountain Village. The gondola ride from there to town is pretty spectacular. It rained a lot while were there including on our hike up to Bridal Veil Falls (Colorado’s biggest waterfall). It never rained enough…

Driving Rim Rock Drive In Colorado National Monument

Today was a family vacation drive day from Vail, CO to Telluride, CO. I’m always looking for a National Monument in the neighborhood when I’m traveling. Colorado National Monument was about the halfway point of our drive. It had a scenic drive that looked super! Rim Rock Drive is the best way to see the…

Summer In Vail, Colorado

After a ridiculous day of air travel, we made it to Vail Colorado. Getting there I was reminded why I travel in an RV the vast majority of the time. We took the gondola up Vail Mountain. After many selfies by the kids, they rode the mountain coaster. We hiked a little bit over to…

Rafting The Ocoee River (with Ocoee Rafting in Ducktown TN)

Family rafting trip! Some had been rafting before and some had not. No one except Emily had been on the Ocoee before. Tennessee has a couple of whitewater rafting rivers. One of them, the Ocoee River, has to be the best in the state. We did the Upper and the Middle Ocoee for a full…

Savage Falls – Savage Gulf SNA

This was our last day in Savage Gulf. Today was a drive day (from Manchester to Reliance TN). On the way, we hiked to Savage Falls in Savage Gulf State Natural Area (part of South Cumberland State Park). This was our 6th waterfall in our four days of hiking in Savage Gulf. We didn’t get…

Greeter Falls at Savage Gulf State Natural Area

We spent a few days exploring Savage Gulf State Natual Area. This is part of South Cumberland State Park which has to be my favorite Tennessee State Park. Today’s hike was short and sweet. We hiked to Blue Hole, and to Greeter Falls (both upper and lower). We’d planned to go to Boardtree Falls and…

Hiking Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park – Manchester, TN

Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, in Manchester, TN. was our home base for about a week as we hiked in the surrounding area of Tennessee. One afternoon when we got rained out of our plan we explored this state park’s 2000-year-old earthworks Native American fort, two rivers (Duck River and Little Duck River), and…

Cloudland Canyon Georgia State Park

Emily and I finished out our Spring Break trip with some walk-in tent camping at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Georgia. We survived our first joint tent camping experience (cold). The next day we explored the park’s trail system and beautiful waterfalls. Many great views, a couple of waterfalls, and many steps made for a…

St Augustine, Florida To See Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

On our return trip of Spring Break, I wanted to mark another National Monument off my list. We visited St. Augustine, Florida to see the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. This fort was built in America’s oldest city which was settled in 1565. I got more than I bargained for when we hit downtown…

Kayaking Wekiwa Springs State Park – Apopka, Florida

Wekiwa Springs State Park was the second Florida state park we visited on this day. We were in Orlando visiting Emmaline (and Sebastian) on our Spring Break tour with Molly. We stopped in Apopka, Florida for some kayaking. It was a very pretty trip. We should have planned to spend longer here and gone on…

Manatees at Blue Spring State Park – Orange City, Florida

Molly, Emily, and I road-tripped it down to Orlando over Spring Break to visit with Emmaline. We fueled up and headed to Blue Spring State Park (in Orange City, Florida) to see some manatees! We saw many along the Boardwalk Trail. We also saw some of the prettiest water I’ve seen in some time and…

Stone Mountain Park (near Atlanta Georgia)…Climbing Stone Mountain!

We started our Spring Break with snow and freezing temperatures. We were supposed to tent camp at Stone Mountain Park (near Atlanta, Georgia) but we canceled that and opted for indoors (and heat). On the way there we stopped off in Chattanooga and picked up Molly for our week-long road trip. We didn’t let the…

Fort Donelson National Battlefield

I’ve been to Fort Donelson National Battlefield a few times. Usually just passing through or with a bunch of kids in tow. I’ve never taken the time to take in the history of the place. We have a goal of visiting all the national artifacts and this is one (a national battlefield). So, I went…

Paris Landing State Park + Paris (TN?!?)

I don’t know if Emily has always wanted to go to Paris. Regardless, I took her. I’m like that! I make dreams and wishes come true! [record scratch] Paris, TN! We did some more winter camping at Paris Landing State Park on Kentucky Lake. Hitting a state park on a lake in the middle of…

Big Cypress Tree State Park – Greenfield, TN

I feel like I got punked?!? We went to a state park named for a huge, 1,300-year-old, bald cypress tree. Big Cypress Tree State Park…BUT…NO TREE?!? I actually knew the tree had been struck by lightning back in the late 70s. I thought if I drove out to the middle of nowhere I’d at least…

Eagles at Reelfoot Lake State Park – Tiptonville, TN

We took a winter camping trip out to northwest Tennessee to see the eagles at Reelfoot Lake. We saw 55 on our tour. According to the ranger, that is a lot! It felt like it and was pretty awesome. We also hiked on the very pretty boardwalk trail at the park. It was evidently so…

Everglades National Park – Flamingo and Royal Palm Area

This was my favorite day in the Everglades. We were at Flamingo campground, which is the southernmost part of the continental US. I started off earlier than the rest of my crew with some sunrise solitude. Another reason I was up early was to be at the ranger station to get ranger-led kayak tour passes…

YouTube Famous! 100k Views Comments Review!

Seen out in the wild! 100k views! In case you didn’t know…I’m a pretty big deal. YouTube Famous! HA! NOT! Only 68,999,500 subscribers until I catch Justin Bieber! [Joey contemplates taking his shirt off and dancing more in his videos…then, quickly stops thinking of this] I enjoy making videos about our travels (and other things).…

YouTube Famous – Recognized In The Wild!

The day I created my YouTube channel I told Emily “one day we’ll be walking around and people will recognize us”. She looked at me with a very common look I’ve seen many times over the years we’ve been married. Many, many hair-brained schemes later I know the look very well. It is kind of…

Everglades Alligator Farm + Ernest F Coe Visitors Center + Travel Day

Everglades National Park is a big place…1.5 million acres of wetland. We explored the north and west side from Everglade City, FL. For the rest of our trip, we moved to the southernmost point, Flamingo. On this travel day, we packed up the RV and made the 130-mile journey to our new location. Once we…

Everglades National Park – Gulf Coast Area (Kayaking and Boat Tour)

Our first day in the Everglades National Park was in Everglade City, Florida. We visited the Gulf Coast Visitors Center of the Everglades National Park. The Gulf Coast Area leads into the 10,000 Islands. We took a boat tour into this area and out to the Gulf of Mexico. Everglades City is the Stone Crab…

Rock Island State Park – Rock Island, TN (REDUX!?!)

We went to Rock Island State Park…again. We got rained out on our first trip there. REDUX! We rebooked and went right back. We started off heading up Eagle Trail to Blue Hole Trail. The Blue Hole Trail was probably my favorite trail in the park. It is a very unique trail and an unexpected…

Aspen, Ouray, Denver and New Mexico – Family Vacation 2015

Throwback 2015! Our family vacation this year involved a summer visit to Aspen, Colorado where we hiked up the ski mountain. Then we headed over to Ouray, Colorado. We visited the hot springs fed swimming pools (Ouray Hot Springs Pool) and a neat waterfall overlooking the city (Box Canyon Falls Park). We headed up the…

Gatlinburg, TN – Our Family Vacation (2016)

Throwback 2016! We did several “tourist-ey” things on our family vacation to Gatlinburg, TN. Gran made a picnic for us and then we waded in the river at the Greenbrier Picnic Area (in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park). We went to Dollywood and Ripley’s Aquarium. Kailey made me eat a vomit-flavored jelly bean so…

Ozone Falls State Natural Area (Crab Orchard, TN)

This 110-foot tall waterfall has a pretty quick hike down to the bottom. For the more adventurous there is a 7-mile hike (as a part of Tennessee’s Cumberland Trail State Park) over to Black Mountain (where we hiked the next day). We opted for less adventure this afternoon but the waterfall was spectacular, regardless. If…

Oregon – Family Trip 2016

Throwback 2016! We flew into Portland and headed to Hood River, OR on the Columbia River. We went hiking on the Indian Creek Trail and I ate blackberries from the hillside. The next day we visited Multnomah Falls (we hiked to the top of it), Vista House, and then over the Bridge of The Gods.…

Cumberland Mountain State Park (Crossville TN)

Cumberland Mountain State Park (in Crossville, TN) was our first stop on Emily’s Fall Break. I almost lost her (not really) at the very beginning of our 12th RV trip (when our trailer unexpectedly shifted while unhooking). Molly came up from Chattanooga to join us for an afternoon (in between class/work). We hiked around the…

Spring Break 2016 at The Moorings

Throwback 2016! Spring Break! Paddleboarding, Casey’s eating, Easter egg hunting (with at least one grumpy teenager), very windy bike riding, bike riding with no hands (like a BOSS), beach walking (also very windy), pool swimming, and golf carts with the batteries run down?!?

Cumberland Caverns (and Rained Out Rock Island State Park)

I had a weekend trip all planned out at Rock Island State Park. Nature didn’t agree with my plan and unleashed a monsoon on us. We had to change our plan and Emily suggested we go to Cumberland Caverns. Cumberland Caverns was 1) dry and 2) awesome. It was a very large cave and had…

Seattle, Washington

Throwback 2017! We finished up our tour of northwest Washington in Seattle. We took a ferry on the way from Port Angeles to our hotel in Seattle. We toured the Washington campus (so far no grandchild has opted for that college option). We toured the Boeing factory (no pics or video from that…top secret). The…

Percy Warner Park – My Favorite Park In Nashville, TN

Nashville is my favorite city in America because I believe it has one of the best park systems in the nation! Change my mind! Emily and I have hit all/most of these over the years. Our favorites are Percy Warner Park, Edwin Warner Park, Radnor Lake, and Beaman Park. If I had to pick an…

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Throwback 2017! We rode the ferry from Port Angeles, Washington up to Victoria, British Columbia. The ferry ride to Canada takes about an hour and a half. We rode over and explored around the beautiful city for the day before returning that afternoon.

First Bikepacking Trip – Land Between The Lakes

I’ve never gone bikepacking but wanted to give it a try. I’d spent a good part of the winter learning about it. Max decided he’d go with me (his first time too). For my first bikepacking trip we went up to Land Between The Lakes to ride on the 28-mile North-South Trace: Canton Road to…

Getting Ready For My First Bikepacking Trip

I’d spent a bunch of time during the winter months learning about bikepacking. With my first trip planned and fast approaching it was time to get everything together. I had not been doing as much bicycling as I have in the past so I needed to get my body ready for the trip (and not…

Pendaries Village – Rocieda, NM

Pop’s has taken us to his family home in Pendaries Village (near Rocida, NM) many, many times over the years. The boys have played lots of golf here. I learned how bad I am at golf here (and subsequently stopped playing forever). I spent some time with them while they played today, however. There was…

Astoria, Oregon – Family Vacation 2017

Throwback 2017! On our family vacation around the upper northwest US we started off in Astoria, Oregon. We hiked up to the 125 foot tall Astoria Column for awesome panoramic views. We walked on the Astoria Riverwalk to the Goonies House. We searched out great bowls of chowder before visiting the Columbia River Maritime Museum.…

Carson National Forest (New Mexico)

The Carson National Forest covers 1.5 million acres in northern New Mexico. Part of it is near the family cabin that we visit often. We’ve visited the area many times over the years. On this day we had a picnic (at Flechado Canyon) and then hiked about 4 miles up the Indian Lake Trail No.…

Bell Smith Springs – Shawnee National Forest (Ozark, Illinois)

Throwback 2017! During Thanksgiving, Hogdaddy took us on a hike around the nearby Bell Smith Springs Recreation Area (a national natural landmark) in the Shawnee National Forest. There were pools, sheer rock walls, some giant boulders, and a natural arch that we explored around. Young Max took control of the camera and shot most of…

Fort Union National Monument (in New Mexico)

While out in New Mexico we were “in the neighborhood” so we drove out into the middle of nowhere to Fort Union National Monument. In the neighborhood in New Mexico means “within a pretty long drive.” Fort Union was a fort along the Santa Fe Trail (near Watrous in Mora County). I couldn’t believe how…

Canoeing (and Kayaking) The Caney Fork River

Throwback 2018 (and 2019)! Our family vacation took us up to Center Hill Lake and then onto the waters below the dam, the Caney Fork River. We went in 2018 and had such a fun day that we did another section of the river in 2019. Both days were very fun days. Both times I…

Petroglyph National Monument and Pecos National Historical Park

We were headed to Albuquerque to drop Molly and Olivia off at the airport [sad face emoji]. The charge for their taxi service? I made them stop at Petroglyph National Monument (in Albuquerque, New Mexico) for a quick hike. We saw hundreds of petroglyphs carved into the stone. After a successful dropoff, Emily and I…

Universal and Disney World (7 Parks In 7 Days / Spring Break 2018)

Throwback 2018! We’d been to Disney World several times. This was our first trip to Universal. We went with my sister’s family. We visited both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. We also hit 2 parks in Disney World with them (Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom). After they went home we stayed a few more…

Ziplining in Mega Cavern (Louisville, Kentucky)

Throwback 2019! Like most 70-year-olds I know Hogdaddy wanted to go ziplining for his birthday?!? He did go too…and invited all of us to come along. We met in Louisville, KY at Mega Cavern. It is an old limestone mine and is actually classified as the largest ‘building’ in Kentucky. There are 17 miles of…

Valles Caldera National Preserve + Meow Wolf + Santa Fe, NM

Emily and I got up early one morning and drove up from Santa Fe, NM to Valles Caldera National Preserve. We took a quick hike and drove through this massive volcano valley. It wasn’t a long hike but it was a beautiful one. The sunrise combined with the valley being filled with fog made the…

Nashville Zoo – Deano’s Day At The Zoo

THROWBACK 2019! Emily was babysitting and they were going to the zoo. I hadn’t been to the Nashville Zoo in a while so I used it as an excuse to go be a kid. While there I contemplated which animal I might want to be. Hmmm!?!?

See Rock City! Rock City Gardens in Lookout Mountain, GA

We went down to visit Molly in Chattanooga and decided to “See Rock City”. Rock City Gardens up on Lookout Mountain (in GA) are pretty interesting. To think they used to be someone’s backyard?!? It had been several years since we’d been there. The last time we went it was cloudy and rainy (but not…

Hogrock’s 25th Anniversary – Behind The Scenes 2.0

I haven’t worked at all 25 of them but I was there for this one. Lots of rain and even more people! This year’s Hogrock was absolutely packed. I tried to capture things from behind the scenes. Things I learned: 1) it is hard to park large RVs in the rain, 2) the show must…

Burgess Falls State Park – Sparta Tennessee

On our family vacation, the entire extended family headed out for an afternoon at Burgess Falls State Park. We were the last few cars to make it into the parking lot before they filled up. Part of the adventure on a very busy Memorial Day weekend was finding a parking space. Once we accomplished that…

Cummins Falls State Park – Cookeville TN

During our Memorial Day family vacation with my family, Emily and I ventured out to Cummins Falls State Park. We hiked up the river to the bottom of the spectacular waterfall. We’d gone with the kids years ago but we didn’t wade up the river to the bottom on that trip (only saw it from…

Warriors’ Path State Park – Kingsport, TN

We are adding kayaking when we can to our trips from now on. We visited Warriors’ Path State Park for hiking, biking, and kayaking. There are also several other activities that we didn’t even get to do (mountain biking trails, horseback riding, golf, etc.) There is a very pretty lake with some great views at…

Roan Mountain State Park

When we travel we usually have a schedule that keeps us moving. Midway through our trip to East TN, we slowed down a bit. Roan Mountain State Park was our home base for much of the trip. We planned a day there to see it…and it alone. The truck wheels barely spun this day. We…

Rocky Fork State Park + Erwin Linear Trail

We spent the day at Rocky Fork State Park. We started in the morning hiking up the Whitehouse Cliffs Trail. This is a pretty short trail but also a pretty steep one. On our lunch break, Emily picked up some ‘road treasure’. Joey would call it trash (each to his own!?!). Then we headed back…

Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park + Jonesborough, TN + Elizabethton, TN

On our second day in East Tennessee, we visited Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park in Elizabethton, TN. They have an exhibit, a recreated version of Fort Watauga, and a trail along the beautiful Watauga River. While in Elizabethton we also went to see the covered bridge, Carter Mansion (oldest frame house in TN), and Sabine…

Overnight Backpacking Alone (My First Time)

I went solo backpacking on a 13-mile hike and camped overnight alone in the Wildcat Shelter at Montgomery Bell State Park. It was my first time overnight camping in the woods. It was also my first time doing it all alone. I survived by drinking from streams, eating with a toilet trowel, producing fire from…

Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail (Ashland City, TN) – Biking

We rode bikes on the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. It is just up River Road in Ashland City, TN. It is a rails to trails conversion that runs alongside the Cumberland River with an awesome bridge. Oh…and I almost lost my drone (because I didn’t check the wind conditions). That was a fun near heart…

Montgomery Bell Park State Park

We went to Montgomery Bell State Park to hike and bike. The boys joined us.  We biked on a few of the trails on the extensive mountain bike trail network.  We hiked to all three of the lakes on the 3700-acre property.  We also saw all the iron ore pits from when was mining was…

Vero Beach Florida – Spring Break 2021

We joined up with the extended family in Vero Beach, Florida for the back half of our Spring Break.  We did a lot of eating (that was the main priority actually).  When not stuffing ourselves we played PG-13+ rated games, hit the beach, went on boat rides, and explored up and down the coast to…

Hiking Fall Creek Falls State Park

We kicked off the 2021 RV season with a visit to spectacular Fall Creek Falls State Park. I was positive no Dean child would ever come with us on a trip but Max proved me wrong (on our 8th trip). He and Arden joined us over Spring Break. I planned a full day of hiking…

Backpacking Preparation – Getting and Testing My Gear In Nerd Fashion

I spent the winter months ‘nerding out’ learning about backpacking. I’ve always thought it would be interesting to head out man vs. trail. I’ve never done it, however. For me, part of the fun in most things is in the planning. Ultralight, backcountry, backpacking provides plenty of opportunity for that. Researching, making checklists, taking measurements,…

Breckenridge, Colorado – Summer Fun (Ziplining and Mountain Biking)

We visited Breckenridge, Colorado for a few days back in the Summer of 2018. The boys and the girls ziplined on a stunning course. The boys did some mountain biking. This was the easy kind of biking. It was all downhill without all the annoying sweating and panting involved in pedaling up the mountain. Pops…

Hiking Harpeth River State Park

The Harpeth River State Park is pretty unique. It spans multiple locations over many miles. It is mainly for relaxing canoeing and kayaking with 9 put-ins / take-outs along 40 miles of the river. We plan to do that this year. There is also great hiking here. There are 3 places to hike that we…

Edwin Warner Park – My 2nd Favorite Park In Nashville, TN

I love the Warner Park system (Edwin and Percy). I have chosen my last two homes based on proximity to these parks. We recently moved to Bellevue and now live closer to Edwin Warner Park. We spend a ton of time in this park hiking and biking. Edwin Warner Park is my 2nd Favorite Park…

Our 1500 Mile 3 Kids Visiting Fall Break

We hit the road on Fall Break to visit 3 of the far-flung little ones. We were going to see Emmaline in Orlando and decided to swing by Knoxville to see Max and Chattanooga to see Molly along the way. 1,500 miles later our fuel tank was empty, our wallets were empty from resupplying the…

Viva Las Vegas – Deano Goes To Vegas!

[Throwback] We spent a day in Las Vegas before flying home from a family vacation in the area. I came home with a little extra cash in my pocket! Because I’m a winner! Some might even say a shark! Too bad Emily came home with less cash in her pocket! Oh well, Vegas isn’t really…

Edgar Evins State Park – Hiking Merritt Ridge and Millennium Trails

We spent Halloween at Edgar Evins State Park to hike the 7+-mile Merritt Ridge and Millennium Trails.  This was a pretty hard hike and also one of the less-traveled trails we’ve ever been on.  At times it felt like we were just wandering along in the open forest.  The views of Center Hill Lake hiking…

Hiking Cades Cove – Full Time-lapse (Great Smoky Mountains – Day 5)

14 miles…hiking…not driving…not biking (although we tried).  I time-lapsed this very peaceful hike (all 14 miles in 12 minutes).  Every time I’ve ever been on the Cades Cove Loop (in the Great Smoky Mountains) it has been a bumper to bumper traffic jam.  They close it to auto traffic on Wednesdays during some parts of…

Cedars of Lebanon State Park

We took our 5th RV trip to Cedars of Lebanon State Park in September.  We hiked almost all the trails in this state park (6 trails in 2 days).  There are so many things to see along the way.  There are caves, sinkholes, rock formations, and more cedar trees growing in the thin, rocky soil…

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