Northwest Georgia is known for its beautiful mountains and cute small towns. But did you know about the area's beaches? Now, it's not the ocean but we found beautiful views and sand at all of the places we visited. Here's a rundown of places where you can squeeze in a last minute "beach day" before … Continue reading Soak up the sun at these Northwest Georgia beaches
The Creation Museum in Kentucky was on our radar since the time we visited the Ark Encounter in 2018. When my son asked last year to visit King's Island, just outside of Cincinnati, we were happy to oblige and include a trip to the Creation Museum. For those who don't know, the Creation Museum is … Continue reading Eight tips for visiting Kentucky’s Creation Museum
Chicken is the focus of Sunday dinners, jokes and even directions in the South. Some Southern Baptists call it the "gospel bird." If you are traveling down U.S. 41 in Marietta, Georgia and get lost, you will almost always have a reference to to the “Big Chicken,” that sits atop a KFC when being told … Continue reading Chicken-Is it the official bird of the South?
Dayton, Tennessee appears to be the typical small Southern town. You will find a cute downtown area mixed with old and new businesses. A Walmart and other national retailers line U.S. 27 the town's main strip. You will find local eateries with those unique tastes you can't find anywhere else. And of course, there's a … Continue reading Dayton Tennessee: The small town made famous by a trial
Before 1780, Most of the key battles in the Revolutionary War happened in New England states and key Southern ports like Charleston. But in October of 1780, a battle that three U.S. presidents have called a turning point in the war occurred at Kings Mountain, S.C. Four-hundred of the brave men who participated in that … Continue reading Explore Revolutionary War history at Abingdon, Virginia’s Muster Grounds