The N. C. Azalea Festival in Wilmington, that takes place in April, marks the beginning of Spring. In 1948, the Festival’s founder, Dr. W. Houston Moore, told the Chamber of Commerce that this fete “would celebrate the beauty of Greenfield, Orton, Airlie, and other gardens around town.” The Azalea Festival has grown a lot since … Continue reading Spring Has Sprung in Wilmington, N.C.
Savannah, Georgia is a lovely with a long and storied history. We have visited this beautiful city on numerous occasions and have taken in its charming parks, its antebellum buildings, and its historic warehouse district along the Savannah River. During previous visits, we toured the famous Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist and the … Continue reading Off the Beaten Path in Savannah, GA
We have been told that there is a rule in Florida that the snowbirds have to leave immediately after Easter. Rule or not, we have headed north as well to eventually make our way to Oregon. You cannot depart without thinking about some of the visual images that Florida leaves with you. The state is … Continue reading Farewell Florida
One of the great reasons to own a RV is to be able to participate in a program called Harvest Hosts. Unique and interesting adventures await when you take advantage of this membership. We had a fun experience recently as we were traveling through Florida near Gainesville. We called the hosts at the Jungle Friends … Continue reading Monkeying Around in Florida
Our good friends from Richmond, that now live in Venice, Florida, invited us to visit them in the Village of Cortez, along the Gulf Coast. Cortez is an historic fishing town and is one of the earlier settlements along west Florida. This five square mile town, which rests three feet above sea level, honors the … Continue reading Exploring Old Florida – Gulf Coast