This is our third holiday season as a travel family and I can’t express how much more magical this time of year is when you choose to skip the “stuff” part and focus on giving the gift of memories. We wanted to do it up big for the kiddos so we decided to visit the largest Christmas light display in Texas. Boasting over 9 million lights the obvious choice was[…]Read more
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Nine Line Coffee – A Must Try In Savannah, GA While Savannah, Georgia is well known for tourist spots, it’s amazing wealth of history, and loads of cotton, we stumbled upon a gem of a coffee house that sits on the outskirts of this historic area – Nine Line. While we were staying at Savannah Oaks RV Park, we drove by this coffee house about a half a dozen times,[…]Read more
Our first stop in Memphis was Graceland and it was fun, but we weren’t about to call that our whole visit. Did you know you can contact Travel Memphis and have them give you ideas for fun family adventures? That’s what we did, and they helped us plan out all of the best things to do! We planned for the Peabody Ducks, Memphis Zoo, the Bass Pro Shop Pyramid (sounds[…]Read more
When we told Giggly Adventure Grace that we were going to take a visit to Graceland, she got so excited! I don’t think she really knew what Graceland was, but she knew she was a Grace and this was bound to be her land. Haha! But seriously, what is a visit to Memphis without Graceland? It’s the second most famous house in the US, beat only by the White House.[…]Read more
As many of you know we’re on the Thousand Trails pass. We couldn’t live this amazing travel life without it! If you aren’t familiar with TT stay tuned for our blog post about it! Those of you that are Thousand Trails park hopping like us going from Natchez Trace, TN down to Texas, you’re going to drive right through Jackson and there is one stop you do NOT want to[…]Read more
The Fun Adventure Family took on Nashville again and you may be thinking we donned our ten gallon hats and honky tonked on over to the country music hall of fame, but we did the music scene on our trip through last year. This time we were looking for some more little kiddo friendly ways to explore. Queue the zoo! We heard great things about Nashville Zoo and knew we[…]Read more
Most of y’all know by now that Dorky Adventure Dad is the one who plans out our routes and adventures. When he told me we were going to Santa’s Village I thought, “Hey, that’s cool. A Christmas themed amusement park. Cool”. That was pretty much it. Little did I realize that the moment we walked in we would be transported to a truly magical place. When that Christmas music reached[…]Read more