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Spring Break Camping Trip

Posted by janet
on March 23, 2014  
Spring Break Camping Trip

Spring break camping trip to Watts Bar Lake with our youngest. 

Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve

Posted by janet
on February 12, 2014  
Cypress slough

The Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is located in Fort Myers, FL.  The definition of slough is "a place of deep mud or mire." That sounds fun!

White Oak Sink Hike

Posted by janet
on January 1, 2014  
White Oak Sink Waterfall

The unmarked trail to White Oak Sinks Waterfall is one of our favorite trails in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Christmas Decorating

Posted by janet
on December 7, 2013  
Airstream Christmas Tree Ornament

Loving our new Christmas tree ornament!  Proudly hanging front and center on our tree.

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Thelma at Rest

Posted by terry
on October 27, 2013  
Leaving storage for the warmth of Florida

Our Airstream is in storage for the winter...maybe. She may look little and insignificant beside all these big, high dollar rigs but she's still the sexiest looking RV in the house.

Frosty East Tennessee

Posted by janet
on October 26, 2013  
Louie makes an impression on Thelma

Another trip to Caney Creek RV Resort - this time to test the Airstream's systems in below freezing temperatures.

The stories she could tell. . .

Posted by janet
on September 29, 2013  
Vintage Airstream

We met this silver headed lady sitting alone in Wytheville, Virginia. The stories she could tell. . .

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Caney Creek

Posted by janet
on September 28, 2013  
Sundown on Watts Bar Lake

Caney Creek RV Resort on Watts Bar Lake in Roane County, Tennessee.

Cumberland Mountain State Park

Posted by janet
on September 23, 2013  
Cumberland Mountain State Park Campsite

I grew up in East Tennessee but for some reason I just never spent much time in Cumberland Mountain State Park.

Abingdon, Virginia

Posted by janet
on September 16, 2013  
One of the historic homes in Abingdon, Virginia

We had a little extra time while in southwest Virginia and opted for a stop in Abingdon. Sounded simple enough unitl you try to park 40+ feet of truck and Airstream in a historic district.

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