RV The Great Smoky Mountains

We spent a fair bit of time last week talking about some of the most remote drives and locations in the continental United States. Today I thought we’d try a little bit of the opposite and head through Great Smokey Mountains National Park. The park has on average 9,000,000 visitors a year making it the …

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Head For Spanish Florida

Florida was the earliest real Spanish possession in North America. As a matter of fact, the oldest continually inhabited city in North America is in Florida: St Augustine. Spain established the city in 1565 and it’s been occupied ever since. By Spain, by England briefly, by the Confederacy briefly, and more permanently by the United …

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Nana’s Recipes: Mexican Flag Soup

Sometimes on those chilly evenings a nice bowl of warm spicy soup just hits the spot. As you feel the warmth flow down from your tastebuds to your tummy, life just gets a little better doesn’t it? Especially on these warm during the day, cool in the evening sort of days. Anyhow, today we’re going …

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