Falling Rock Waterfall Hike

Falling Rocks Fall

Waterfall in Falling Rocks,  Montevallo, Alabama Maybe you can see the guy repelling to the right.  John heard about Falling Rocks from a co-worker, she made it sound like a great place to go hiking. The kick off though, it had a waterfall. One of John’s favorite things about hiking is having a primary destination … Read more

Places you need to Hike in Alabama

Cahaba River in Alabama

Alabama Hikes to See Waterfalls and Nature 1. Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge Photo credit | My husband John | Fizzle Photography Almost 200 miles, alabama’s longest free flowing river. It is known to have certain species only known to that area. It is a great place to go hiking, tubing and fishing. This picture is … Read more

Alabama Festivals for 2017

Alabama 2017 Festivals

Alabama Festivals for 2017   I know  a lot of people like to travel for festivals! I think that is something fun that can be different in every country/state! Here is a list of festivals in Alabama if you are coming through! Last Updated: 04-23-17   February Mobile Mardi Gras  | Mobile, AL | All … Read more

11 Things Locals Want You To Know Before Visiting Canada

Canada

I asked some locals what they wanted tourist to know before visiting their country!

Enjoy!

Alanna says:

1. ”Even though Canadians usually get teased about being too polite, we actually really respect people who are polite, too! (saying please and thank you, holding doors, etc.)”

2. ”Watch where you’re going. Obviously if you’re a tourist, you’re most likely looking up or through a camera, but it can be really annoying when people aren’t looking where they’re going and run into you.”

3. ”Traffic signs, food packing, etc, is written in both English and French.”

4. ”Also guns are NOT a thing. Only people who really have guns are hunters who have long riffles.”

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Peach Park

Thursday, September 22, 2016

 

Peach Park

My husband (John) and I headed down 65 South, we were unsure of where we were going. We just decided we needed to explore south of Alabaster. So we remembered we were only 30 minutes away from Peach Park.

Okay, Peach Park  is this cute little tourist stop, now I am not sure if it started as one, but I always stopped here with my family coming back from the beach when I was younger. So I feel like it is sort of a tradition. You must stop here if you are coming through Alabama. Now, back to what Peach Park is, it is a restaurant, it has a gift shop, and little farmers market in side of it! If you go, make sure to get some peach ice cream! 

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