Guntersville Lake and renting a pontoon boat

My grandparents came down for the month because we had lots of family events spread around. They didn't want to stay with my mom the whole month so they moved their RV to a campground near Lake Guntersville about 40 minutes away. Honeycomb Campground was very crowded because it was a holiday weekend but we... Continue Reading →


Gatlinburg-Day 3

Our last full day in Gatlinburg we decided to slow down a bit and relax. I made coffee and enjoyed mine by the fireplace while Seth took a nap. Later that afternoon Seth opened up the hot tub again and fired up the grill. We ate on the back deck, it was so quiet out... Continue Reading →

Gatlinburg-Dixie Stampede

While in Gatlinburg we bought tickets for the Dixie Stampede. We went to this show on our honeymoon two years before while in Branson so it seemed fitting to go see it again. we got there early to buy tickets and then explored the gift shop and visited the stable The pre show was funny... Continue Reading →

Gatlinburg-Day 1

We arrived at our cabin pretty late Thursday night so we explored as much as the cabin as we could and then crashed. We slept over ten hours! It has been years since I slept that long! I got up to explore the cabin and deck in the light and then woke Seth up so... Continue Reading →

Day 3- Tybee Island and Savannah, GA

Day 3- Tybee Island & Savannah   Morning of Day 3 we drove to Tybee Island to visit the lighthouse, walk the beach and take advantage of our last few hours. Driving out to Tybee, we passed Cockspur Island and its deserted lighthouse The island was extremely crowded and I was very glad that we... Continue Reading →

Day 2- Savannah, GA

Day 2- We decided to explore downtown Savannah more on foot. The squares are absolutely beautiful! Some of the homes used to belong to famous people and you can tour them. Then we drove to Tybee Island to visit the forts there. The one we were looking forward to see the most was heavily damaged... Continue Reading →

Savannah, GA- Day 1

The very first thing we did in Savannah was to park our car and board a touring trolley. Savannah Georgia is known for having several squares, one way streets and minimal parking. We wanted to orient ourselves to the city without getting in trouble for not knowing how to drive there!  First, the bus took... Continue Reading →

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