Our November trip to Stone Mountain, Georgia was a breath of fresh cold air. We stayed at the popular Evergreen Marriott Resort. This was the view from our balcony...gorgeous. The Stone Mountain Theme Park park down the road a bit is always a beautiful sight to behold at night. One of the reasons we like to visit… Continue reading Stone Mountain, GA
Just outside the gate of Blue Springs State Park sits a trailhead to Volusia County's impressive Spring to Spring Trail. The trail is perfectly paved and just look at how it meanders back and forth and up and down, and might I add another up and down. Truth be told, my legs were a wee… Continue reading Blue Springs Bike Ride
The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast is located in Indian Riverside Park. You can easily spend a day at the museum, then play on the beach and in the fountains. The kids loved the pet vet exhibit. The building room. The body exhibit. The giant play ship! Publix shopping exhibit. They played for hours and… Continue reading The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast
Another day well spent.
The Atlanta Children's Museum is located in downtown Atlanta just down the street from the Georgia Aquarium and Coca Cola. We parked in a parking garage across the street and walked our way in and then purchased tickets for about $14 each. There are many permanent exhibits as well as an array of hands on programs… Continue reading Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Scrolling through some photos of past trips, feeling the itch to sail away again soon.
I'm continuing my weekly wildlife posts with this week's subject, The Brown Pelican. As discussed in previous posts, I have a lot of photos of creatures that I know little about, so, I'm working on a series of posts exploring Florida wildlife to get to know my watery world a little better. Perhaps you can… Continue reading The Brown Pelican