Are you looking for road trip ideas for Georgia? Callaway Gardens near Pine Mountain is a wonderful addition to your itinerary. Vickie Lillo writes about visiting Callaway Gardens for butterflies and wellness. This sounds like a fun, relaxing way to take a break from the road! Created by Cason J. Callaway and his wife, Virginia […]
Growing up in Atlanta, I visited the North Georgia mountains many times. My family especially enjoyed fall drives to see the colors. Now that I’m a baby boomer, it’s time to revisit the area. Do you know how many things there are to do in Blue Ridge, Georgia? My Itchy Travel Feet featured contributor, Debi […]
Is a scenic drive from Savannah to Charleston calling your name? As boomers retire to the South Carolina and Georgia coast, this charming region of the South is attracting more attention. Although it may not receive the same amount of recognition as say, the California coast, for example, the southeast coastal area of the United […]
Visiting Okefenokee Swamp is for you, if you’re a fan of canoeing with alligators, birdwatching or cycling next to a lush, riparian landscape. We recommend Folkston as your headquarters. Out of all of the swamps in the world, Okefenokee Swamp certainly wins for the catchiest name. Known as one of the seven natural wonders of […]
Updated 06.01.2019: Although we love any form of travel, we’re always on the lookout for a great boomer road trip adventure. And we know that some of you are motorcycle enthusiasts. Today, guest contributor, Diane White, takes us on a Harley road trip to Georgia’s Golden Isles. Jim, Me, and Harley makes three: riding to […]
Although the USA has an infinite amount of travel options, the beautiful south remains one of the most intriguing regions to explore. Especially charming are the many quaint cities along the Atlantic coast like Charleston and Savannah. A visit to historic Savannah, Georgia, offers an unmistakeable mix of southern sophistication and vibrant energy. Guest contributor, […]
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