Chimney Rock in North Carolina

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By the time we get moving and arrive at our destination, it’s usually time for lunch. That’s why our adventures almost always begin with a picnic. Don’t our cafeterias have the best view? It sure beats those puke-green brick walls in my high school cafeteria. This is just a little side destination before hitting the…

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Food and Friendship in South Carolina

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Sometimes we get a little spoiled. If you’ve been paying attention, you know that we were on a highly restricted diet with Hannah. The good news is that it helped Hannah and Eliana. The bad news is that it increased our grocery budget by a huge chunk, like 50%. Of course, it doesn’t help that…

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Georgia on My Mind

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Here are a few miscellaneous pictures of our time in Georgia that didn’t really fit anywhere else. Steve probably had a record number of autograph requests. The younger set loved him! (The older set did, too, just so you know.) This little cutie is an aspiring musician getting some tips. We love the simple beauty…

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More real questions from real people! This time they are about the van. What is your tow vehicle? We (we as in Steve) drive a 3500 Chevy Express van. It’s a 6-liter, 1-ton extension van, just about the biggest, baddest van known to mankind. We call it the Bagabus. Have you ever thought about driving…

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No Cake for Emily

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Emily turned 11 on March 31 in Georgia. Well, technically, she was born at 11:30 p.m. in the Pacific Time Zone, so she wasn’t a full eleven years in the Eastern Time Zone until 2:30 a.m. the next morning, but who’s counting…besides us? Because we had started Hannah over on her SCD diet and because…

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The Georgia Aquarium

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We went to Pastor Guse’s church, Beautiful Savior, in Atlanta, Georgia. A little background: Pastor Guse’s son, Pastor Guse, was our pastor in Las Vegas for twelve years at our church called Beautiful Savior. We felt right at home….or right at trailer. Seriously, the church did make us feel extremely welcome, and we enjoyed our…

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This week’s Question of the Week revolves around food. Food. Yum! Question of the week: Can we feed you? Of course you can feed us. We love it when people deliver treasures like warm bread or fresh local produce or their hunting game or oranges from their tree or an apple pie or a bag of…

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When You Wear Your Easter Bonnet to the Playset

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Sometimes when you’re marching along like good little ducklings toward the playset… in what appears to be a peaceful and safe campground… crazy people jump out from behind trees… and steal your Easter bonnet.

Camping in the Cypress Groves of Georgia

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How would you like to be sound asleep in your cozy bed, and the sun comes up to gently nudge you awake, until you open your eyes, poke your head out of your trailer, and see this: What an amazing backyard! The cypress groves at the George L. Smith II State Park were amazing, so…

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After spending the day at Fort Pulaski, we drove around Savannah, Georgia, for about an hour. If you’ve been to Savannah, you know it’s a very charming place heavy with historical significance. We found it to be very charming and interesting, and we enjoyed the cobblestone streets and ridiculously steep hills that we forced the…

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