Landwhale Travel Tales – St. Augustine, FL (Part 1)

I've found that when you start to feel old, the trick is to hang around people or things that are older than you. St. Augustine, FL, for instance, is the oldest city in the United States, and thus older than me. I'm okay with that. This past weekend, in the middle of March (which also is South Florida's spring break period), we managed to snag

Landwhale Travel Tales – St. Augustine, FL (Part 1) 2019-03-20T15:07:22+00:00

Camping in Style – Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground

Ok, sometimes my Landwhale likes to roll around in the mud, and sometimes it wants to mix in with the fancy six-figure land yachts of the rich and famous. Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground offers plenty of chances for the latter, and it's far too clean for the former (although during my off-road bike riding I did ride through some dog poop; where do I file

Camping in Style – Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground 2019-03-07T13:46:52+00:00

Equestrian Camping – Lake Panasoffkee, FL

So the wife and I traveled the long and arduous miles from Florida to Wisconsin for Thanksgiving last week. About 1600 miles one way, probably ended up at about 3500 miles of total driving during that week. That's a lot. We did, however, pay nothing in hotel costs. Our first day of travel was essentially just a night, where we traveled about four hours from

Equestrian Camping – Lake Panasoffkee, FL 2018-11-28T21:12:21+00:00