Tag Archives: National Park

Our Final Day of Pop-Up Adventures

Wall Drug, The Badlands National Park, and the Minuteman Missile Historic Site Day 19 – Travel as I Have Envisioned It Could Be Visiting the Badlands of South Dakota was never on our “radar.” Chatting with neighboring campers at the … Continue reading

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Into Yellowstone National Park – Driving Around, and On, a Volcano

Day 14 – Travel as I Have Envisioned It Could Be. Today was dedicated to a visit to Yellowstone National Park. First, there are some notable facts about Yellowstone. For example, it is the first of the National Parks in … Continue reading

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Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

Day #1 (Continued) – Travel as I Have Envisioned It Could Be! Shortly after leaving Bowling Green and the Corvette Museum, we saw signs to Mammoth Cave, also in Kentucky, and decided that we had time to at least go … Continue reading

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Cades Cove Mill Wheel

Photo of the Week Cades Cove is one of the most popular and visited sections of the Great Smoky Mountains. The cove resembles a long bowl surrounded by mountains. Access is via a park road through a pass. The closest … Continue reading

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Fort Pickens, Florida Camping Experience

Prologue Everything that happens on a camping trip—whether in a resort campground in a fully equipped motor home, a small camper, or tenting—begins in and is often colored by the campground experience. Have you ever heard camping summary comments that … Continue reading

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