Hiking to the Walls of Jericho

Hiking to the Walls of Jericho

Hiking to the walls of Jericho from the Alabama side Walls of Jericho is around  6 miles total. It is a difficult hike. It isn’t hard going in, but on the way out it does become difficult. There is also a horse trail, places to camp, and waterfalls. It is a beautiful place to hike. … Read moreHiking to the Walls of Jericho

Things to do in Alabaster, Alabama!

Things to do in Alabaster, Alabama

What’s there to do in a small town like Alabaster? Here is a list to get you started! Things you can do before venturing off to Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, or Montgomery. Activities: 1. Buck Creek Park: A little park that has a small playground, walking track, and a trail that goes all the way down to … Read moreThings to do in Alabaster, Alabama!

What to do in Perry/Tallahassee, Florida

Perry/Tallahassee, Florida

Local places to eat, places to go birding, and beaches you may never heard of! 1. 3 Nelsons (local eatery) 2. Keaton Beach 3. St. Marks National Wildlife refuge 4. Mama’s Italian (Local eatery) Read on to find out more about these places! John and I made quite a few stops on our way to … Read moreWhat to do in Perry/Tallahassee, Florida

A Day at Guntsterville State Park

Day at Guntersville State Park (2)

Bird Watching and Spotting an Eagle! Guntersville State Park, I am not even sure where to begin. I guess I will start by telling you a little about the park then tell you about my day bird watching there. Guntersville Park is Alabama’s largest lake, you can fish, hike, bike, camp, stay in the lodge, … Read moreA Day at Guntsterville State Park

Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness: To the “Big Tree”

Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness

Hiking to the “Big Tree” and a Waterfall Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness is just one of the places you definitely want to hike in Alabama. One of the main reasons I wanted to hike this particular area/trail is because well it was the shorter trail (the are shorter trails, but I think they are … Read moreHiking in the Sipsey Wilderness: To the “Big Tree”