Why you need to visit Hambrick Bat Cave

If you have heard the expression, "flying like a bat out of H---" you can witness that imagery near Lake Guntersville's Hambrick Bat Cave. While entrance to the cave is prohibited, you can get close enough to see the bats zooming out. Unphiltered Kayaking  offers a delightful kayak tour to the Hambrick Bat Cave. We put … Continue reading Why you need to visit Hambrick Bat Cave

5 Lessons Learned from the 2017 Solar Eclipse

First of all I am grateful for the chance to experice the 2017 solar eclipse within the path of totality. It was a powerful, heart-pounding spiritual experience and an a milestone life moment. We spend tons of time planning WHERE we would go and WHAT TIME we would arrive there. However, in retrospect there were … Continue reading 5 Lessons Learned from the 2017 Solar Eclipse

4 Memories from the 2017 solar eclipse

I had the privilege of experiencing the 2017 solar eclipse in the path of totality within the state of Tennessee -- specifically Lebanon, Tennessee, just southeast of Nashville. Shout out to my son for helping me understand and comprehend the magnitude of the event and getting me involved in the excitement. His planned eclipse excursion … Continue reading 4 Memories from the 2017 solar eclipse

Three Thoughts on Three Caves event venue

Three Thoughts on Three Caves event venue 1. ViewPoints Near the Three Caves event venue is the Three Caves Trailhead at Monte Sano Nature Preserve. Here you will find the Three Caves loop. You will be able to see the cavity of Three Caves from an aerial view. It is just as beautiful from the top … Continue reading Three Thoughts on Three Caves event venue

#bloggingbranding :  Learning how to get the word out

In the marketing world branding is described as creating a name, symbol or design that distinguishes a product from other products. In other worlds with so many products and options out there how do you make your product stand out? This week I am deviating from travel posts and focusing on branding posts. I am … Continue reading #bloggingbranding :  Learning how to get the word out

God’s Green Earth

Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad; let the sea resound, and all that is in it. Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them; let all the trees of the forest sing for joy.   -- Psalms 96: 11-12 My visit to Mount Washburn at Yellowstone National Park was an experience in the … Continue reading God’s Green Earth

Travel Blessings: Lost & Found

If you have ever lost something while travelling, you share a common thread that runs among humanity when something gets lost. It is a sick feeling. A moment of panic. A flush of worry. A simultaneous flood physical and emotional illness. It is bad when you lose something at home; it is worse when you are travelling because of the likelihood that you will be whisked away before the vanished item is recovered.]

The Road Taken: Stormy Weather

It was the mid 1980s. I was a young driver without a lot of stormy weather driving experience. My BFF, Paulette, and I were having a girls weekend in Cloudland Canyon, one of the Georgia State Parks in the rugged mountains region in the northwest corner of the state. The roads are narrow, the turns … Continue reading The Road Taken: Stormy Weather

Travel Blessings Challenge

It's here. Join in my Travel Blessings Challenge. Be honest. During some of your travel journeys, you have experienced an amazing blessing. You received something; you were protected from something; you discovered something. Blessings are little surprises. Think tiny gifts from God. Read my Travel Blessings Post here. This month's theme is Weather Facebook & Email followers are … Continue reading Travel Blessings Challenge