Trans-Allegheny Ghost Encounter

In August of 2014, we acted on my spontaneous idea to drive all the way to West Virginia from Georgia to visit the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (also known as the Weston State Hospital) with the intention of seeing some ghosts! Though we did not see anything, we, especially I, experienced... something out of the ordinary. Construction … Continue reading Trans-Allegheny Ghost Encounter

3 Things to Consider While Planning a Trip

Traveling is fun, but planning a trip can be stressful if it isn't something you do regularly - or have ever done at all! Whether this is your very first trip-planning experience or you have planned a few trips before, I've compiled the top three things to consider that will make it a little bit easier. … Continue reading 3 Things to Consider While Planning a Trip

Canyon Climbing at Tallulah Gorge

The hubby and I have just returned to work from our 10 day break. I know, bummer. There's a million things I'd like to do with my daily life, and working is definitely not one of them. But we have to get the funds to travel somehow! During our break we saw lots of family … Continue reading Canyon Climbing at Tallulah Gorge

I’ve Been Learning How to Edit Videos…

I've been learning to edit the videos we make when going on our trips. I've made exactly 2 videos in my life. The second one I've ever made is at the bottom of this post. I do not claim to be good at making videos... yet. I am learning more and more everyday on a … Continue reading I’ve Been Learning How to Edit Videos…

Doll’s Head Trail at Constitution Lakes

This weekend we traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to hike the Rail Ridge Trail at Constitution Lakes which includes a loop named the Doll's Head Trail. This trail is known for its creepy art made from doll parts that wash up when the South River floods. We arrived on a cloudy, cool day in Fall. We began … Continue reading Doll’s Head Trail at Constitution Lakes

Wildfires Force Gatlinburg Evacuation

Some of you may know that there are wildfires spreading across the Southern Appalachians. The fires began at the end of October, and have continued to spread throughout the month of November. The area has experienced extreme drought conditions since the summer months, which is contributing to the massive spread. Crews have been working day … Continue reading Wildfires Force Gatlinburg Evacuation