Black Nomads Meet at Geer’s Royal Kingdom Campground
There is something pure and amazing about camping alone. It allows you to get back to nature – no strings attached. The degree to which you thrive is literally based on your ability. It is the most honest assessment of where you are. More, there’s no expectation about where to be and when to show…
Anvil Campground has an Actual Freaking Train Running Through It
Calming campsite vs super weirdo train
Camping at Chesapeake’s Northwest River Park (and a caution for fast drivers…)
Not sure what was creepier – being in a nearly empty RV camp site or the sketchy road that got me there…
Try This: Exploring A City By Going On A Photowalk
If you haven’t joined a photowalk, I urge you try it. Give it a go for new cities AND for old cities you want to see in a new light.
Paradise Creek Nature Park in Portsmouth, Virginia Shouldn’t Exist. Be Glad it Does.
A nature park in the middle of a city (and directly across from several industrial plants)? Why not? Portsmouth, VA has one
Touring Surry: A Homicidal Plutocrat, Pocahontas’s kid, and a Sweet Jacobean Castle
History Ain’t Always Pretty: 5 Tips for Visiting Historic Surry