Visit Senoia for a Walking Dead tour and Juliette for a meal at the Whistle Stop Cafe. Small Georgia towns on my mind One southern state popular with tourists is Georgia and is best known for its delicious peaches. Small Georgia towns are plentiful with parks, rivers, waterfalls, and hiking trails, and there is always a place to venture outdoors. Savannah, Blue Ridge, Dahlonega, Jekyll, and Cumberland Islands are areas that top my favorites list. Recently, two quaint towns that have left a lasting impression are Senoia and Juliette. Neither are large enough for a traffic light but have a …
Hike Alabama’s Dismals Canyon and Visit Rattlesnake Saloon
Dismals Canyon — just a short drive from Birmingham If you love to hike, one of the best hikes is in northwest Alabama. Dismals Canyon is privately owned and located in Phil Campbell, only about an hour and a half drive from Birmingham. The area was designated as a “national nature landmark” in 1975. It spreads 85 acres and is definitely one of the most amazing natural areas in our state. The hike also features two waterfalls along with hidden chambers and small caverns for those who also enjoy exploring caves. Appreciate the gift of nature As a young child, …
Discover an Antelope Canyon Tour in Page, Arizona
The formations in Antelope Canyon, a magnificent slot canyon just east of Page in Arizona, are a photographer’s dream. Take an Antelope Canyon Tour with tall swirling walls. It’s a monumental sandstone sculpture all by itself. The canyon appears like something from another world, with its wave-like structures as the light beams shine down into the openings of the canyon.
See Bryce Canyon in One Day on the Bryce Canyon Shuttle
There are five national parks in Utah, including Bryce Canyon National Park. To see them all takes planning, but you can see Bryce Canyon in one day on the Bryce Canyon Shuttle.
Cross over Mackinac Bridge to another place in time
Cross over the Mackinac Island Bridge to another place in time. Remember the movie from 1980 entitled “Somewhere in Time”? The movie was filmed on Mackinac Island because the island still remains as it did in days gone by, the early 1900s, before televisions, computers, or cell phones — when life was simple, without the interruptions we have today. Read about the top things to do on Mackinac Island.