Blue Ridge – First Steps

Morganton Point Recreation Area - National Forest Deep within the Chattahoochee National Forest in Northeast Georgia lies an incredible camping and recreation opportunity. Morganton Point Recreation Area sits on the shores of Lake Blue Ridge.  The campground hosts, Mike and Jessica are the second couple we have met that contract with the Workamper organization.  Basically… Continue reading Blue Ridge – First Steps

I Have Forever

I’m getting lazy. Retirement just kicked in. All we do is ride bike, walk the beach, hike, dine out, kayak, hike some more, and swim with the manatee.  I should have all sorts of time to post little Living in Eternity stories, but I have not done so.  Yes, I’m most definitely getting lazy. Silver Springs We… Continue reading I Have Forever

“Dayo, , , , dayo – Hey mister tally man . . .”

Salt Springs is a very fine campground in the Ocala National Forest.  The grounds are very well kept; it has full hook ups, and priced more than reasonable at $22.50 (Senior National Parks Rate) per night.  The water flowing out of a Florida spring, is called a Run.  The Salt Springs Run flows for five miles into… Continue reading “Dayo, , , , dayo – Hey mister tally man . . .”

Clearwater Lake, Blue Springs, Florida Trail, and Jeremiah M Brewer

Most of our camping happens in places that do not offer up paved bike trails.  So when we find one we are all over it. Lake Beresford Bike Trail is a short 5 mile paved bike trail.  It also has a super bonus entry point into Blue Springs State Park. Blue Springs is known for Manatee… Continue reading Clearwater Lake, Blue Springs, Florida Trail, and Jeremiah M Brewer