Geowoodstock to TBEX: South Dakota’s Gem – Custer State Park (Part One)

As you know, I’m a huge fan of public lands here in the United States. And in the course of camping our way all over the country we’ve been to a lot. While I’ve never discovered one that I felt unworthy of preservation, there are certainly ones that simply stand out above others for me. My newest love is Custer …

Postcards from Real Life: Natural Inspiration

This week I highlighted some of our favorite urban Atlanta adventures that Fred and George love as well as our thoughts on experiential education. While they do get a jolt from attractions like The World of Coca-Cola, the less frenetic outdoor fun we usually tend toward is really where they build their character and skills. Which leads me to this …

Have dog, will travel?

If you’ve been following along, you’ve probably noticed we’ve been busy little explorers so far this year. Between March and June, we took two major road trips. In these two trips alone we have: driven 13,000 miles… through 29 states and one Canadian province, logged 1566 geocaches, camped at 9 different campgrounds, visited 12 state and national parks, and stayed …

George’s Birthday Adventure: E.T. Highway

Dear readers, you’ve made it. Finally here at Episode 5 of George’s Birthday Adventure, we get to the main event, the reason for trekking across the U.S., the big kahuna…the E.T. Highway. Fast-forward… …or the part where I gloss over the boring details of getting to Alamo, NV via the armpit of Nevada…Las Vegas. Many readers are howling with displeasure …