I don’t know about you, but last week as the polar vortex cloaked much of the United States in abnormally low and downright frigid temperatures, I couldn’t help dreaming about where our RV travels were going to take us this year. In about a month we’ll be on the beaches of Hunting Island. Then this summer we’ll be visiting a bunch of National Park sites
The Great Smoky Mountains has long held a special place in our hearts. It was the first place Jarrett and I adventured as a married couple when we spent a week honeymooning in a little cabin tucked into the majestic mountains. And it’s a place we are already plotting a return so we can share the magic and memories of this spot with our kiddos.
Every year throngs of tourists travel to Nashville, Tenn., to soak up the beats and eats of America’s famed Music City. From the storied Grand Ole Opry to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum, opportunities to experience the city’s deep musical roots abound. But if music isn’t your muse, don’t skip a visit to this culturally-rich city. Instead, add these four off-the-beaten path stops
This is a big week here at The Touring Camper: We are headed to the Nashville, Tenn., area to join thousands of others in viewing the historic 2017 solar eclipse! Nashville is one of the big cities that lies near the path of totality, so we are booked at a campground north of the city. Jarrett has been planning for this trip for about 10